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Trackers to be on the ice for three games over next three days

first_imgThe N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers will be on the bus this weekend for trips to Peace River and Grande Prairie. The team will take on the Peace River Royals tomorrow night before doing it all again in Grande Prairie against the Storm Saturday evening.The Trackers go into the weekend with a mark of 13-14-2.The club will conclude their regular season on Sunday at home against Slave Lake at 1 p.m.- Advertisement –last_img

A StepbyStep Overview of a Scrum Transformation

first_imgAt this very moment, there are countless companies battling upstream in an attempt to overcome the many problematic obstacles of non-agile development.Scrum provides an operational management redefinition that has an impact on the very core of a business, at the company strategy level. For the companies that realize this, missed deadlines and decimated budgets will no longer be commonplace. The changeover, although it will be a significant undertaking, will provide an ample, long-lasting return on the investment. Here’s what to expect from an overview perspective:The first step will be to ensure that the necessary infrastructure an agile development process requires is in place. This can translate to new hires or a few rounds of employee development.Next, once roles are identified, a common definition of “done” is created in order to synchronize completion. Every team member must realize when they’ve arrived at the finish line.Following this, a sprint length is set. This is a vital step because the team needs to know the duration of their iterations. Typically, following this plan, a one-week length is chosen based on a number of considerations.The rest of the steps are a mix of logistical requirements and housekeeping needs, such as implementing a penalty for being late to meetings. For more steps to setup Scrum in your company, watch the video from OpenView Labs featuring Scott Downey.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more