Agile is having a moment. But along with this sudden fame comes the inevitable oversimplifications and forced contrasts, such as the supposed clash of the methodologies that pits agile against formal project management.
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An agile project can be fun, exciting and wildly successful--as long as the stakeholders don't drive you crazy in the process. These expert tips should help.
It's not a good idea to map each story point to working hours; it conflicts with the reason for using story points. To solve our problem, we can nonetheless do something similar.
Taking Agile's pulse through audits.
PRINCE2 Agile combines the best from both worlds to carry out a project properly.
What happened when Scrum and Kanban got together? Developers gained their freedom from sprints and began connecting with their colleagues more!
Agile learning design to be one of the most exciting and potentially powerful means of developing the knowledge and skills needed in a digital age.
We have more than enough agile methods. The issue is to do an existing one well.
Compromise on documentation and engage auditors early.
Let one expert tell you why a Sprint Zero makes little to no sense at all.