[7 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]
A Team of Product Owners

The Product Owner is a very important role in Scrum. He has the key responsibility to create, manage and prioritize the product development backlog. Can this responsibility always be to a unique person or is there situations where you could have a team of product owners? Kenneth Rubin discusses this topic in his “Essential Scrum” book.

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[17 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

Targetprocess announced the availability of Targetprocess 3, which now includes more ways to visualize project data, track work across multiple teams and align business initiatives with development. This latest release reinforces Targetprocess’ dedication to offering a project management solution that improves visualization and flexibility, ultimately allowing organizations to make smarter, more efficient decisions.

[14 Apr 2014 | One Comment | ]

Most of the Scrum teams use a task board to visualize their activity and progress with task cards. In these two blog posts, Keith Clinton, the author of Agile Game Development with Scrum, discusses the concept of feature boards and feature cards.

[10 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

Rich Hickey has stated “The simpler solution is going to kick your butt”, Russ Miles would go further, “The simpler solution is already kicking your butt; no one is more agile than the teams developing with simplicity in mind”.

[10 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

Agilia is a three-day conference focused on Agile software development. The theme of this edition is the role of product owner and product management in Agile: creating vision, designing product, managing teams, role of Product Owner, engagement of customers and users, creativity and management of innovations. Use cases.

[7 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

The Product Owner is a very important role in Scrum. He has the key responsibility to create, manage and prioritize the product development backlog. Can this responsibility always be to a unique person or is there situations where you could have a team of product owners? Kenneth Rubin discusses this topic in his “Essential Scrum” book.

[3 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

The Agile Development Conference is an event focused on agile methods, technologies, tools, and leadership principles from thought leaders that takes place in Las Vegas. You will find at this conference inspiring keynotes, in-depth tutorials and a wide range of conference sessions.

[1 Apr 2014 | No Comment | ]

The definition of “Done” (DoD), which means that a feature is ready for delivery, is a concept often discussed in Scrum. In this blog post, George Dinwiddie discusses the concept of “Ready” that apply to user stories that are ready to be developed.

[27 Mar 2014 | No Comment | ]

Agile is founded on people and interactions. This presentation will explain a model to align teams for high performance and give you practical techniques, adapted from clinical hypnosis, that have proven successful with project visioning, goal setting, improved team communication and business collaboration.