This year's top 10 business analysis trends focus on leveraging the power of requirements at all levels through Agile and business architecture to deliver business value to the organization.
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Here are 10 key benefits you will derive from following an agile approach to development.
Business value keeps getting diluted when software projects move from business executives to the IT folks. The plan that underpinned the business case of the investment is unfortunately often washed out when translating into IT and features in a software. This is a critical error and it is not easy to correct if starting development without it. Here are three models that can be used in combination, each serving it own purpose in the planning process.
Working within a few guidelines, agile methods are very effective for delivering rapid and flexible modifications to established systems.
Project management is like being in school. Why? It's because you get to learn new things everyday when it comes to managing, organizing, and socializing with people.
How do you get the business folks engaged in the software development effort early and keep them engaged? Here are five ideas to consider.
Virtual Scrum boards can be useful for teams, and maybe even absolutely essential for distributed teams. That aside, this post is about giving the physical Scrum board its 15 minutes of fame and outlining why I prefer using one.
While estimation will always be inherently difficult for software developers, all hope is not lost. Here are five real tips you can utilize to become better at estimation–-even for complex software development tasks.
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.
On one current project, a manager is part of his client’s much larger team--about 20 people. The team started out small, and as its grown in size, they've had to refactor the project management practices as well as the code.