Category: Business Agility

Extend Agility Beyond the Team with Lean Thinking and the Portfolio Kanban

Introduction The Agile Method is an approach to project management that is designed to help development teams effectively that characterize the creation of new software applications. Continuous Software Engineering and DevOps studies are also the examples of how the software development domain is approaching aspects of agility beyond software development teams. A SAFe portfolio is a single instance of the Framework...

What is Agile HR?

INTRODUCTION Agile is rapidly emerging as the new working standard in our complex world. Across the globe, organizations and teams are redesigning how they work in response to change in their market, and the need to gain competitive advantage through digital innovation. The involvement of Agile for Human Resources are enormous. Current HR and people are lacking the knowledge of...

Scrum at Scale and business agility

Scrum at Scale Does one size really fit all?  Experience tells us that this is hardly the case, which is why Scrum at Scale is built with flexibility and customizability in mind.  From Fortune 100 companies to start-ups, Scrum at Scale transforms organizations into Agile enterprises.  The Scrum at Scale framework is the brainchild of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator...

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 utilizing these tools, Project managers...

Agile for Everybody: All Industries

Introduction Ever since its inception in 2001, the Agile Manifesto and the Agile project management methodology was thought of first and foremost, as a tool used by software companies to encourage/manage productivity. But what about non-IT, non-software companies? Shouldn’t they be able to gain efficiency and productivity using the best practices available? Of course, they should. There are several examples...

Scrum Roles & Events in a Nutshell

Introduction Scrum is a Framework that enables iterative and incremental product development, enable to get things done at the right time, maximizing the value of what is delivered. Tasks are performed faster and with higher quality by self-organizing Teams. High levels of self-motivation are achieved and are the reason why Scrum allows teams to reach higher productivity faster. Customer requirements...

How a competitive team applies DevOps and Agile method

Agile has become standard in the today’s application development world. Development teams have been popularly and rapidly adopting it over the past 10 years, as it has been turned out to be an extremely useful technique for producing quality software. Agile has enhanced user experience by providing refined objectives and speedy delivery. In addition to this, the wide utilization of...

What is Release Management in DevOps?

DevOps is the whole process of software from its start to finishing its delivery, ensuring that the application is executing as per the requirements. In many cases, release managers are the gatekeepers of the change management process of building a piece of software via various stages of development and environments. Release Management process is to move software projects through various...

Scrum Master as Agile Leader

Introduction Agile development methodology has been around for a number of years now and has become the norm for many tech companies. How can it be that some organizations really succeed in Agile, while others struggle? Furthermore, how can it be that there are teams that think they are Agile because they practice agile concepts like daily stand-ups and retrospectives,...

How do you define Agility and Agile?

Introduction In the present competitive environment, organizations are undergoing profound changes. There is a worldwide spread of education and technology. Leading to intense and increasingly worldwide competition and accelerating rate of marketplace change. Change in business environment and uncertainty have entered management studies and research for a long time. Described the concept of the entrepreneurial task as the search for...