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7/28/2017 by Regis Armel Asseman
I have compiled a set of best practices and tips that I call the "healthy product diet." This "diet" is designed to help product managers keep their product healthy inside and out.
7/28/2017 by Gowri Goli
I have attended seminars in which participants discussed fundamental challenges they face in adopting Agile. I would like to address these challenges to share my view on the intent behind several fundamental Agile concepts.
7/27/2017 by Shane Billings
There is value in exploring the relationship between Agile and Lean. The end result is one of best practice through understanding and vision rather than blind adherence to a label.
7/27/2017 by Bikash Ranjan Shil
Knowledge transfer (KT) is necessary at some point in any organization, team, or project. But without proper planning, KT can stand for killing time instead of knowledge transfer.
7/26/2017 by Philip Coler
Grooming stories is an important aspect of backlog management. Here's the best way I've found to think about it and present it to the team.
7/26/2017 by Christopher Lewis
The parallels between sports teams and Agile teams holds straight through to the final release, or the playoffs.
7/25/2017 by Kuntal Shah
In the race to become Agile as soon as possible, many organizations convert their Waterfall model to multiple quarterly mini Waterfalls. This fails as a long-term solution, but there are possible ways out.
7/25/2017 by Horia Balog
I would like to share some of the personal guidelines I use in my day-to-day interactions with agilists and agilists in the making.
7/24/2017 by Subhash Pandey
Cost estimation has always been an intriguing point of discussion, as there is no hard-and-fast rule for estimation. Agile encompasses multiple ways of estimating cost.
7/24/2017 by Prashanth Kubsad
I believe that, unsurprisingly, the evolution of project management can be compared to that of political states.