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Agile Methodologies

Check out these blogs to learn more about agile methodologies, including Scrum and Kanban, two of the most widely used Agile methodologies.


The Sprint Backlog – An Actionable Plan to Deliver Value

The sprint is a container for Scrum events. It contains all the work a Scrum team will do to create…

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SAFe® 6.0 Deep Dive – SAFe Scrum

According to the latest release of SAFe®, “SAFe Scrum is an Agile method used by teams within an ART (Agile…


Is Measuring Velocity in Scrum Good or Bad for Your Team?

Throughout the past few years, the Velocity metric seems to have become a polarizing element among Agile teams due to…

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Six Practices for De-Commodifying the Scrum Master and Unleashing Team Greatness

It is painful to watch how some enterprises treat the Scrum Master role like a commodity: Scrum Masters are all…


The Portfolio Kanban System & Lean Portfolio Management

Since their initial creation decades ago, both Agile and Lean management principles have fueled the continuous improvement of organizations across…


Develop a Winning Epic Hypothesis Statement that Captivates Stakeholders

Developed in 2011, the Scaled Agile Framework®, or SAFe, expanded on the traditional Agile manifesto by integrating essential concepts from…


What is a Scrum Team?

  Scrum was created to help organizations and teams to solve complex problems. Scrum does this by delivering increment(s) of…


Scrum vs Kanban: Which Should I Use?

When I am teaching Scrum courses, I often like to ask attendees: Is anyone using Kanban? More often than not,…


How We Created Our Iconography Using Agile Methodology

Cprime’s in-house designers developed a unique style for the brand’s design system using techniques others apply to creating software. Cprime…

Agile Methodologies

Sample Kanban Workflows for Non-tech Teams

In a previous post, we discussed why Kanban offers a simple, flexible, and highly-effective methodology for non-tech business teams who…

Agile Methodologies

Using Kanban for Flow in Non-tech Teams

While Lean Manufacturing and Agile software development are well established worldwide, the most successful companies are now recognizing that Lean/Agile…

Agile Methodologies

Kanban vs Scrum | The Differences Between Two Major Project Management Approaches

Companies use Kanban and Scrum. Kanban methodology was invented in the 1940s for Toyota and became broadly used by other…