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3 Simple Tips to Use Scrum for Any Project!

Agile

3 Simple Tips to Use Scrum for Any Project!

By now, I am sure you have heard that Scrum is great for developing software products. You may have heard that Scrum can also be used for non-software projects, but you may also be unsure...

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How Effective Is Your Virtual Agile Team? 3 Simple Questions to Ask!

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How Effective Is Your Virtual Agile Team? 3 Simple Questions to Ask!

Having a team of people working together from different parts of the country (or world) sounds like a great idea because you open your options for hiring top talent at a reasonable cost. However, often, virtual...

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Top 5 Agile Trends for 2020

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Top 5 Agile Trends for 2020

As we kick off another year of exciting events, the world of Agile development continues to evolve as companies continue to explore better ways of planning and executing work. I would like to share a...

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Functional and Non-Functional Requirements – When Do I Need Them?

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Functional and Non-Functional Requirements – When Do I Need Them?

When you build a product or solution using Agile approach, you will likely need to deal with a variety of requirements from different sources. The two most common types of requirements that you will likely encounter...

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Scaling Agile Teams – 3 Things You Need to Know

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Scaling Agile Teams – 3 Things You Need to Know

Now that you have successfully launched a Scrum team and helped them to deliver value to the stakeholders, you have proven that the Agile approach can work for your organization. Congratulations! This is a big...

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The Intended Outcome of a Daily Scrum

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The Intended Outcome of a Daily Scrum

The Daily Scrum, or “stand-up”, is a critical ceremony in the Agile Scrum framework.  Like so many aspects of Scrum, the Daily Scrum meeting is easy to do but hard to master.  Teams that lack the proper...

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How Value Stream Mapping Helps Eliminate Waste

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How Value Stream Mapping Helps Eliminate Waste

It’s good to have transparency in every business. When you have a clear understanding of how your business process works, it helps make the process better. When you are providing a product or a service...

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Which Agile scaling model is right for me? 3 questions to help you decide today!

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Which Agile scaling model is right for me? 3 questions to help you decide today!

Once you have mastered Scrum and Kanban, the logical next step is usually scaling. What is scaling Agile? The simplest way to describe scaling Agile is to implement Agile practices across multiple teams that are...

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Product Backlog Management – 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid

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Product Backlog Management – 3 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Working with Agile teams requires a lot of discipline, and one of the things that can create challenges for the team and degrade performance is related to how the Product Backlog is managed. If you...

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Launching a Virtual Agile Team? 3 Bad Habits to Avoid!

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Launching a Virtual Agile Team? 3 Bad Habits to Avoid!

It seems that distributed or virtual Agile teams are becoming almost the standard nowadays, as companies are looking to leverage team resources anywhere they can across the globe. This might be a positive thing if...

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Requirements vs. Features – Which is Best For You?

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Requirements vs. Features – Which is Best For You?

While there are many different ways to design and build a product or solution, one thing remains the same no matter what you are building – you need to have requirements! Two of the most...

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5 Agile Retrospective Formats to Put in Your Toolkit

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5 Agile Retrospective Formats to Put in Your Toolkit

The original title of this article was going to be “Which format(s) to use for Agile retrospectives”.   As soon as those words appeared in print, it became clear that the article might as well be...

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