Adaption

Adaption is one of the Scrum pillars that enable empirical process control. The other ones are Inspection and Transparency. Furthermore, regular Inspection and Adaption are demanded by the last principle of the Agile Manifesto. Therefore, many agile teams do regular retrospectives to improve themselves.

Customer Satisfaction

Customer Satisfaction is the first and highest of the principles of agile software development. See the Agile Manifesto.

Inspection

Inspection is one of the Scrum pillars that enable empirical process control. The other ones are Transparency and Adaption. Furthermore, regular Inspection and Adaption are demanded by the last principle of the Agile Manifesto. Therefore, many agile teams do regular retrospectives to improve themselves.

Motivation

The Agile Manifesto demands: Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done. But what motivates people? In his book „Drive“ Daniel Pink describes the main factors for motivating people in knowledge work are: Autonomy Mastery Purpose But how do we foster these

Retrospective

The Retrospecitive is a meeting for the team to gather information about their work and improve. Retrospectives are mandatory elements in Scrum and XP. For making an open and honest talk possible, the facilitator of the retrospective has to lay ground for a safe space and respectful conversation. I recommend to settle on working agreements.

Simplicity

Simplicity is one of the principles of the Agile Manifesto. Simplicity is also one of the XP values.