Here’s How To Deal With Change In The Middle Of The Sprint

By / January 22, 2016 /

In agile development community, we get a lot of “what if” questions. “What if the product owner decides to change a story in the middle of the sprint? What if he adds a new story altogether?” or “What if a crucial team member slips on banana peel and becomes immobile for a significant period of […]

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How to get your deliverables done on time? It’s called Agile estimating

By / January 22, 2016 /

Isn’t one of the best achievements when you actually do deliver a project on time, it’s a moment of holy grail. You can do it too, yes we’re talking real, it’s doable; it’s the talent of predicting what can be delivered in a given timeframe, even if the same team was hopeless at estimating before. […]

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Make Your Team The A-Team: Agile Team

By / January 22, 2016 /

As one of The Agile principles,” Communication between team members is essential in any business, agile or not. But to maintain reliable communication, the team must be well built and cooperating. Teambuilding is not just an event, it is an ongoing process. Programs are a great way to kick start an open dialogue and shift […]

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7 False Assumptions About Agile

By / January 22, 2016 /

Agile is not just a software development methodology but a way of working that helps deliver business value faster, cheaper and with less risk. But not everyone is familiar enough with the values and facts about Agile, which created some misconceptions and false assumptions about agile methodologies. You might face some difficulties convincing people what […]

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Agile Engineering – What the heck does it mean?

By / January 22, 2016 /

From time to time, someone in the agile community mentions “The Agile Engineering Practices.” In most cases, it’s an article where the author condemns those practices while naming some of the reasons why they’re “considered harmful”. After the publication, the next thing to come is someone commenting about how the last article was totally untrue […]

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Agile is the new scrum

By / January 22, 2016 /

Many businesses now, that used Scrum, are switching to agile methodology, for several reasons. Basically Scrum is routine and bureaucratic method that keeps going round and round. It’s a closed cycle that keeps going on till one of the elements get exhausted, whether it’s the resources or the work tasks. Scrum is not necessarily productive […]

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