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Succeeding with Agile by Mike Cohn
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Succeeding with Agile by Mike Cohn

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Now that Agile has established itself as the dominant new trend in software development, the number of books that deal with this topic is increasing every day. Besides the fact that Mike Cohn is a recognized expert in the area of agile project management, why should you buy “Succeeding with Agile” rather any other book published on the same topic? share share tweet share 

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Videos

How to Value User Stories?

July 19, 2021 0

Business value, business value, business value. This presentation from Allan Kelly explores how to put a value on stories in a backlog while uncovering new requirements, elaborating specifications and valuable opportunities.

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Adding Some Kanban to Your Scrum

July 14, 2021 0

Scrum and Kanban can be considered as the two main Agile approaches. In a simplistic view, Scrum is often categorized as a product development framework and Kanban is preferred when you want to manage flow or maintenance activity.

Knowledge

  • Succeeding with OKRs in Agile

    May 5, 2021 0
    “OKRs” is the acronym of “Objectives and Key Results.” This is a collaborative goal-setting tool used by teams and individuals to set goals with measurable results. In his book “Succeeding with OKRs in Agile”, Allan Kelly explains why he considers that “OKRs have the potential to reawaken the early ambition [...]
  • Delivering Agile Value

    April 19, 2021 0
    Delivering business value is certainly a major goal when you adopt an Agile approach like Scrum. If determining business value is already difficult inside an organization, the topic is even more complex when the project is performed by an external Agile provider. This article lists some of the important questions [...]
  • 5 Minute Quick Scrum Guide – Should I Use Story Points Or Hours?

    March 15, 2021 1
    There is plenty to fret about when you are running or on an agile team, but your measure of estimation should be one of them. In fact, despite what you may have heard from consultants or others, Scrum is not prescriptive about any particular estimation measure, let alone story points. [...]

Tools

  • Using Commercial Scrum Tools for Free

    April 6, 2021 26
    If the development of open source Scrum tools was in vogue some years ago, a lot of these projects have now been abandoned. Some are still active, but this is because their development is sponsored by a commercial hosted option. There is however an alternative to manage your Agile software [...]
  • Sprint Poker by Parabol – Agile Estimation for the Remote Age

    March 22, 2021 0
    Parabol is an agile meeting tool that helps remote teams run guided retrospective, check-in and Sprint Poker meetings. Parabol’s structured format and built-in templates make it easy for facilitators to run a great agile meeting – no matter if you’re a pro or just starting out. It’s free to use for up to two teams. [...]
  • TeleRetro: Better Retrospectives for Remote Teams

    January 25, 2021 0
    In this article we’d like to share our views on the distinct advantages an online retrospective offers over traditional retrospectives for distributed Agile teams, and what to look for in a remote retrospective tool. share share tweet share 

Videos

  • Agility at Scale: a Meeting of Mindsets

    June 21, 2021 0
    Agile-in-the-small – a single team with a single product – is all about digital product thinking. Agile-in-the-large is a very different thing. This talk shows how combining industrial and digital thinking is the key to [...]
  • Why Product Thinking is so Hard

    May 26, 2021 0
    Minimum Viable Product (MVP) is one of the most misunderstood, misused, and abused terms in contemporary software development. In this talk, Jeff Patton explains the misunderstandings made by thought leaders that lead to the confusion [...]