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Chris Sims

Chris is a Scrum enthusiast located in Birmingham, AL. He loves helping early Agilists grow into skilled practitioners.
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Practical Agile
Chris Sims

Ethical Use of AI in Agile

The marriage of AI and Agile methodologies opens up a Pandora’s box of ethical dilemmas ranging from team dynamics and copyright issues to the accuracy

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Chris Sims

Can a Sprint Be Extended in Scrum?

In Scrum, it’s ideal to maintain a consistent Sprint cadence. For a failing Sprint, utilize the Scrum Emergency Procedure for quick replanning. If a permanent adjustment to the Sprint length is necessary, ensure it’s an infrequent (almost never) decision and keep the Sprint duration to no longer than one month for optimal results.

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Chris Sims

Five Principles of Agile Estimation Especially At Scale

Agile estimation at scale can be challenging due to the complexity of large teams and the uncertainty associated with developing complex software. Let’s explore the principles of estimation from Scrum@Scale to guide your agile teams in their estimation efforts.

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