Scrum Agile Project Management

Technical Debt: Fixing Highest ROI Issues

February 28, 2022 0

Does your technical debt backlog look endless? Are you thinking about pausing feature development to resolve technical debt? Stop. What if you were told that a good chunk of your backlog can simply wait? Technical debt can seem overwhelming when we look at it as a loosely organized list.

Agile Cincinnati, Cincinnati, USA, April 25 2022

February 25, 2022 0

Agile Cincinnati or Agile Cindy is a conference focused on Agile software development and Scrum project management. It has a wide range of Agile topic coverage to suit the needs of early adopters and certified Agile professionals. It is also a unique opportunity in Cincinnati to learn and experience Agile and Scrum while networking with leading professionals.

Scrum Planning Poker Estimation Scales

February 21, 2022 0

During the sprint planning meetings, the Scrum team plan the work to be performed during the next sprint. As the Scrum sprint is a time-boxed period, the delivery of software has to be calibrated to fit in it. Planning poker is a collaborative estimation technique used to achieve this goal.

Technical Practices in Scrum

February 14, 2022 0

In this video, Bas Vodde, co-author of “Scaling Lean & Agile Development”, explores whether so-called Scrum “technical practices” are really technical practices and whether LeSS is really Scrum.

TriAgile, Raleigh, USA, March 22 2022 (online)

February 10, 2022 0

The TriAgile Conference is a one-day event for Agile and Scrum Agile project management practitioners in the Research Triangle Park of North Carolina. This conference features over 30 sessions on Agile topics like Leadership, Value, Culture, Technical Practices, Scaling Agile and more.

Barriers of Agility

February 7, 2022 0

Agile Organization needs different leaders, cultures, and structures. In this article, Zuzana “Zuzi” Šochová explains that the fewer barriers you give agility on the way, the more likely the frameworks, methods, and practices can make a difference. You don’t have to start with changing everything immediately, but sooner or later such change is inevitable.