Speed Your Project Up by Slowing it Down

Product managers are often told they are not delivering fast enough and in response to the pressure, managers ask their teams to cut corners on quality, work longer hours and more frantically. This is the surest way to produce a steady stream of low quality features and unstable code which can cause system outages and […]

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Development Managers vs. Scrum Masters

A fight to the death? Winner takes all? Not really. These two roles live in peace. Agile teams are structurally different than their waterfall counterparts. Waterfall teams follow the structure of the organization and scheduling is often “top down,” meaning that management sets the pace and schedule. In agile development, the team is self-organizing. It […]

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Agile Metrics – Five Ways To Get Them Right

By / January 22, 2016 /

For the last few years, we’ve collaborated with dozens of talented teams in multiple industries. We frequently work with agile team members and managers to create reports during (and after) the completion of the project. By observing different methodologies used by companies, we quickly realized that while some of the Agile ideas are implemented, the […]

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Want to Delight Your Clients? Create The Acceptance Criteria With User Stories

By / January 22, 2016 /

When collaborating with clients who had their first glimpses of agile methodology, I always tend to look at their product backlog first. Why is that? Because most of the time, the quality of the backlog is equal to the quality of the team’s work. To be honest, the majority of the backlogs prepared by the […]

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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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Accountability: Never Compromise Your Values

By / January 22, 2016 /

As a business owner looking for an outsourcing company you’ll be having a lot on your mind regarding, cost, quality, frequency and other aspects on the list. But what you really should be looking for isn’t how fast will they get the job done, or the feedback you’ll get from your customers- of course these […]

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Are you right for the job? Is your Job right for you?

By / January 22, 2016 /

In the managerial world Elliot Jaques is quite well known for this theory of Requisite Organization. His work Level of work concept has has a lot of benefit and merit. Jaques Levels of Work model has practical application for managers seeking to understand and work with organizational complexities, especially in organizations undergoing change. Though the […]

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What goes into finding the right software development company?

By / January 22, 2016 /

Technology has made everything better in comparison to what it used to be few decades ago. Today everything we see is the result of technology be it computers, mobiles or anything you name. And the technology behind these devices is continually evolving. Even the softwares that frame the spine of these devices and gadgets are […]

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Why India emerged as the hub of software outsourcing companies?

By / January 22, 2016 /

When it comes to software outsourcing; the first name that strikes the mind is that of India. India has emerged as the hot-spot of IT services provider over a period of time. Every nation, be it a developed or developing, turns to India for their IT needs. The major clients of our country are US […]

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Accountability Outsourcing

By / January 22, 2016 /

As a business owner looking for an outsourcing company you’ll be having a lot on your mind regarding, cost, quality, frequency and other aspects on the list. But what you really should be looking for isn’t how fast will they get the job done, or the feedback you’ll get from your customers- of course these […]

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