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A burn-down chart represents work left to do versus time available. It helps clarify whether the project is at risk. But I believe you don't need a chart to tell you these things.
6/1/2015 by Anjon Roy
One of the shortfalls of the traditional ROI metric, as applied to MVPs, is that the high business value and low-effort levels are weighed proportionately to each other. Here's another approach.
6/1/2015 by Hui Sun Lee
Here I'll discuss several ways in which Scrum can help improve productivity.
6/1/2015 by MUTHYALA KALYAN
I would like to discuss the specific topic of velocity, including some common misconceptions and suggestions for overcoming them.
5/29/2015 by Mukta Telang
Process maturity is a beautiful concept -- it helps assess the maturity of an organization's processes to improve the development of software. Here I'll discuss how to map Agile principles to process maturity levels.
5/29/2015 by Mark Bondonese
I played rugby for a few semesters in college, and it never occurred to me that the name for an Agile process framework could have come from rugby's scrum. . . .
5/28/2015 by Zheng Kaili
Today our PO was absent for the planning meeting. None of us wanted to cancel the sprint planning, so we held the meeting as usual. . . .
5/28/2015 by Raj Kumar Sahu
If you are an Agilist, continuous improvement is in your DNA. Hence I would like to recommend an improved method of estimation, overcoming common challenges while fulfilling its purpose.
5/27/2015 by Bruno Silva
Testing is a vital part of software development. So why do we commonly call coders "software developers," but we don't call testers that as well?
5/27/2015 by Alani Kuye
What happens when organizations trumpet being "Agile," yet in practice there seems to be nothing Agile about them?