Tag: Agile Team

Agile Coach (ICP ACC): All You Need To Know

Introduction An Agile coach serves as a mentor to the agile team, facilitating agile thinking and practices and empowering the team to reach their goals through developed team practices. By providing focused guidance, the coach increases awareness of the business goals and objectives and acts as a teacher, problem solver, guide, team builder and planner […]

12 Principles of the Agile Manifesto

Introduction In 2001, the Agile Manifesto surfaced. It wanted to change the software development process. The manifesto has four central topics, but not many people know that there are also 12 Agile Principles. These offer more real examples of how agile software development should take place. Many years later, almost every organization will say they […]

Are You Writing The Best User Stories In Agile?

INTRODUCTION Good user stories are a key element in the Agile methodology – It is from the US that we define the functionalities of the application that we are building. The agile methodology. is based on the principle that the specifications of a project should be easily understandable and maintainable. The purist waterfall model had […]

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 […]

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 […]

Lean UX and the SAFe program increment Life cycle

Introduction Lean UX is an incredibly helpful technique while working on projects where the agile development technique is utilized. Traditional UX techniques frequently don’t work when development is conducted in quick bursts, there’s insufficient time to deliver UX similarly but on a very basic level, Lean UX and different types of UX all have a […]

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 […]

Agile Leadership

Agile Manager/Leader The Role of an Agile Leader is based on a high level of self-Organization that is the reason why Dittmar agile organizations, in general, need less managers. Rather they need real leaders being as a collaborative leadership team and as servant leaders to the organization. Managers and leaders have various roles in agile organizations, […]

Agile Vs. Waterfall: Must Know Differences

Agile Methodologies Born in the early 1990s, agile methodologies share a considerable measure of the same qualities as their Gen-Y peers – striking, youthful, ambitious, flexible, and forever seeking new difficulties. This model is quickly turning into the task the board strategy for choice, largely due to its focus on improving development time and delivering […]

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