Category: Agile teams

Think Big – Act Small: A New Way For Agile Teams?

INTRODUCTION An Agile team is a cross-functional group of people that is self-contained to the point that the people in the group can deliver the product without needing to draw on skills outside the group. It’s almost easier to think of agile teams by virtue of what they are not. Agile teams aren’t simply a […]

Key Factors to Succeed at Managing Distributed Agile Teams

Introduction Advanced communication and collaborative technologies have largely been responsible for the onset of globalization, giving organizations a competitive advantage over slow adopters. These technologies have allowed people to work almost anytime, anywhere, and on any device. This has contributed to the age of distributed teams and the virtual employee; professionals who deliver critical business […]

How to scale scrum for agile teams

Introduction One of the hottest questions these days, whether online or in the boardroom, is “How does the organization become more ‘agile’?” As the discussion evolves, it leads to, “How do we scale agility from one team to multiple, or should we?” Scrum is the most common agile way that teams work leads to the […]

Some teamwork examples for Agile teams

Introduction The success of an Agile project depends upon getting the right people on board and working as a team. Here the question is by what means the individualism and teamwork go next to each other in an agile team. How much both matters and what leads more towards the success of the project and […]

How to Build an Agile Team

Agile is a model that allows developers to adapt and respond to change or unforeseen problems with little disturbance. Agile Team A “team” in the Agile sense is a small group of people, assigned to a similar project or effort, almost every one of them on a full-time basis. A minority of team members might […]

Roles on Agile Teams: From Small to Large Teams

    Agile project management is favored for its speed, however even teams that guarantee to have Agile qualities are not working that rapidly. Simply ask the Financial Times, an organization that put in four years upgrading their media stage in an as far as anyone knows Agile way. When they understood the new product […]

Train Lean-Agile Change Agents

The capacity to considerably enhance improvement practices is the way to progress. Change is nearby. For those who follow the demonstrated basic moves distinguished in the SAFe Implementation Road map, this article portrays the second step in that arrangement: Train Lean-Agile Change Agents. Members will find out about:   The changing business landscape and how […]

Agile Team Dynamics

  Team Dynamics is a massively critical part of assembling and overseeing high performing software engineering teams. It can here and there be de-prioritized however and in some outrageous cases, totally overlooked under the weights of working with stringent courses of events and expectations. It must be perceived that team dynamics, regardless of whether subtle […]

A Framework for Understanding Agile Teams

Whatever the strategy, the capacity to scale little lithe groups inside a bigger association is significant to prevailing in aggressive programming markets. Lots has been written about this subject, but most of the focus has been on helping teams collaborate, or how to improve release engineering practices. These are important functions, but not the hard […]

Why transparency is essential for collaborative development

This article is about Agile and the importance of transparency in Agile Software Development. And is focused mostly around Scrum teams, but many points would apply to Lean and Kanban environments as well. Transparency is more important core value of Agile. Transparency is critical to the achievement of organization and groups adopting Agile.  In Scrum […]

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