Creating useful software is a craft. There is no black and white formula for success. Yet, there are certain agile engineering practices that, if used thoughtfully, have shown to repeatedly add value to a business. In this article, learn five specific ways that your business can benefit today from agile engineering practices.
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The Financial Times (FT) has formed a group of in-house developers to focus on a high volume of fast projects in order to increase its agility.
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?
Confusion still exists regarding the PM and BA roles in general. The industry works hard to clearly define these roles, but the real-life challenges of organizations make perfect alignment to industry role definitions impossible. And, more recently, agile roles have been added to the mix.
If your agile teams are not using physical task boards, you don’t have all the context.
The reality is software projects (people, complexity, learning, creativity) cannot be modeled, estimated or precisely measured.
The discussion around agile tooling is expanding faster than the universe...
Two experts explain how businesses can take the pain out of IT change by ensuring the quality of their IT architecture and taking a more agile approach to managing transition.
After getting introduced to agile, and while working for the last five years on agile projects, one PM has developed a strong and disturbed feeling toward the word "resources"...
There is a difficulty tracking many Scrum teams in any typical organization. Although each Scrum team has its own work area with boards and charts, it is easier for managers to look at all teams and sprints in one place. In this article, the writer will explain how his team helped model and create a board that showed all Scrum teams and their work in one simple place--and how this visualization uncovered problems and bottlenecks.