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Agile Development with Scrum

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Agile Development with Scrum

Learn more about agile development with scrum, a lightweight process framework for agile development that is one of the most popular agile methodologies out there.

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3 Reasons to Get Certified in Agile Project Management

In a competitive job market, any little edge you possess can be the one that counts. As an Agile project manager, or an Agile professional who would like to move toward project management as a...

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What to Look for When Hiring a Business Analyst

By: Kreisler Ng, cPrime Director of Client Services Many questions come up when going down the path of hiring a Business Analyst. What does the role entail? How do you know you\'re getting someone who\'s...

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UX in an Agile World – Interviews from Four Top Minds in the Industry

In a traditional waterfall work flow, User Experience (UX) specialists have plenty of time up front to research and incorporate important user insight into the planning stages. After the software is released, more feedback comes...

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The Power of Prototyping

By: Kreisler Ng, cPrime Director of Client Services In the world of Agile software development, it\'s common to hear mantras like “build, test, learn” and “fail fast.” It\'s good advice because failure can be expensive....

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3 Differences Between Scrum and Kanban You Need to Know

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6 Ways a Product Owner Should Collaborate With Their Scrum Master

By: Kreisler Ng, cPrime Director of Client Services In an efficient Agile environment using Scrum methodologies, the roles of Product Owner and Scrum Master are distinct and both vitally important. Although their skill sets and...

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Better SAFe Than Sorry

As noted by nearly everyone who has taken the time and invested the effort into implementing the Scaled Agile Framework for the Enterprise (SAFe), the single most powerful benefit the framework brings is a level...

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Why Quarterly Portfolio Planning is Better Than Annual

It’s quite common for companies to handle strategic planning on an annual basis, either on the calendar year or the fiscal year, or both. This made a lot of sense when business was more predictable...

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3 Pitfalls to Avoid When Scaling Agile

Scaling Agile can be the best thing your organization has ever done, or it can turn into a frustrating and difficult situation that costs a lot of time and money. To accomplish the former and...

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How to Hold Effective Retrospectives Without Wasting Time

Retrospective meetings are a key ingredient in successful Scrum and XP Agile methodologies. They provide a structured opportunity for teams to inspect and adapt, to look at what worked and what didn\'t work, and to...

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6 Habits of Successful Agile Leaders

It\'s been 25 years since Dr. Stephen Covey first introduced us to the ‘7 Habits of Highly Effective People’ and this modern classic has sold over 25 million copies in 38 languages. It\'s considered one...

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A Real Release Planning Experience

Medium to large-size organizations that develop software products with a Scrum process typically have multiple Scrum Teams that must collaborate. The need for collaboration becomes more important as the number of cross-Team dependencies increases. A...

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