The evolution of Lean, Agile and XP practices manifested in the Scaled Agile Framework and other methods have revolutionized the way we specify, prioritize and deliver value through software.
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We know that a prioritized backlog helps us understand what to do next, but sometimes it's difficult to grasp where we are and where we should go--especially if we just dive into a big project that's been started, with hundreds of stories and/or issues already created. To solve these situations, manage the road map and backlog with the help of a story map.
If you have a team with testers, BAs and coders, does it make sense for testers to code, BAs to test and coders to gather requirements?
The main responsibility of a product owner in a Scrum team is to create a vision and convey that vision to the team. But for a product that is already in the market, the vision itself can become challenging. To achieve the right balance between expectations and strategy, you must innovate.
How do we deal with bugs in Scrum? Do we size them? Do we add them to a separate backlog? Or do we assign them to a different team running Kanban?
Project management and program management are all about managing risks. How do we bring the management of change and management of risk together in an agile project or a program?
The purpose of backlog grooming is to keep the product backlog up to date and clean. Scrum doesn't prescribe how you should do backlog grooming, and different approaches are used by product owners and teams to do this.
Asynchronous applications increasingly facilitate stand-up meetings as agile IT teams spread out, but are you losing the magic of actually standing up?
There is a common perception that co-located teams are better positioned to ensure good communication and deliver more efficiently than distributed teams. But in a world where global collaboration becomes increasingly common, teams often consists of people from different parts of the world working together as distributed teams.
We have more than enough agile methods. The issue is to do an existing one well.