In reflecting on what he thought Scrum can and can't do, one expert realized that he'd been wrong about Scrum quite a bit...and thought it would be insightful to fess up.
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In a software development project, estimates are important to help us predict how much time will be necessary in order to finish a set of activities, or to select and prioritize scope for a release or iteration.
Use the PRINCE2 Quality Review to conduct a better sprint review.
Despite the promise of flowering fields of innovation, efficiency and manageable chunks of working software, you should be cautiously optimistic in applying the agile philosophy to your practice of information architecture.
Read about an agile recruiting organization in its truest form.
Why is "Use Scrum or the Kanban method?" the wrong question to ask?
A key factor in developing team synergy is the trust that team members have in each other. However, as someone once said, "Trust is the hardest thing to find and the easiest to lose." It is important that when a team has found trust among its members, that trust is vigilantly maintained.
We are now at a crossroads in the Agile-adoption narrative. How did we get here? What have we learned? What are we doing about it?
Is the agile scrum methodology the right approach for your small business? Experts say it's a good fit for almost any project, with some reservations.
If we know the intent of each principle, we can be Agile in our deliverables.