Category: Agile Tools

The Software Project Manager’s Bridge to Agility

Introduction When software development teams move to agile methods, experienced project managers often struggle—doubtful about the new approach and uncertain about their new roles and responsibilities. The software project manager’s bridge to agility. Two long-time certified Project Management Professionals and Scrum trainers have built a bridge to this dynamic new paradigm. They show experienced project […]

Which Agile tool is best for my organization?

Agile has become the default framework in the fields of IT and Software Development. The ability to deliver a product on time and within a certain budget even when the customer needs requirements are changing on demands along the way is the primary motivation for many to embrace Agile project management tools. This is because […]

4 Personal productivity tools from Agile results

In Agile Outcomes is an alternate way of organizing your life and your profitability tools and frameworks in a system. It depends on the concepts and ideas of setting effective goals directly depend on your daily tasks, weekly, monthly activities towards those objectives and results. We love to share our experiences and Agile Results on […]

“Agile Adoption: Reducing bugs and improving design”

Introduction In the last few years, a few agile methods have been proposed and adopted by the software industry. However, benefits from agile software processes and the applicability of agile methods in large and complex software development organizations are still of significant concern to practitioners. Two fundamental problems have been recognized, the inability of the […]

Agile Adoption: Reducing bugs and improving design

Introduction In the last few years, a few agile methods have been proposed and adopted by the software industry. However, benefits from agile software processes and the applicability of agile methods in large and complex software development organizations are still of significant concern to practitioners. Two fundamental problems have been recognized, the inability of the […]

Ideas to improve your Agile retrospectives

An agile retrospective is a regular ritual focused on celebrating, learning, working together, committing, and developing the team’s relationship. These products, taken together form the value of an agile retrospective. If you are not familiar with agile, an agile team tries to deliver results every few weeks. At the end of that period, the team […]

Differences between agile and traditional planning

INTRODUCTION Traditional and agile planning methodologies both focus on developing strategies to guide teams to succeed in the ultra-modern competitive landscape, but their tactics are quite distinct. If you’re transitioning from traditional to agile making plans, it is essential to understand they’re extensively one of a kind mind-sets and management styles. Before we observe some […]

How can students use Agile techniques for school projects?

Introduction In recent years, the utilization of Agile software development methods, or Agile for short, has turned out to be progressively prominent as a method for producing software in a lighter, speedier, more people-centered way. Agile represents a set of software development methods dependent on the concepts of versatility and adaptability. Since the release of […]

What is UX agile process

Introduction Agile has assumed control over the product improvement world. As of late, it’s turned into the most prevalent programming advancement approach. Lithe improvement has a great deal of advantages: an incremental methodology, the capacity to alter course dependent on client and partner input, short time allotments that keep the groups centred. Be that as […]

Why Agile Donut

The Agile Donut (A.K.A. How We Scale Agile) The methodologies nitty gritty underneath enabled us to, in under one year, incline from sensibly 0 workers in our new programming building group (we had two or three people on day 1) to 35 representatives. That gathering of madly keen individuals self-sorted out into a typical nimble […]

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