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Ten tips for effective Sprint Planning

  I have been developing a product which focuses on solving Agile Product Development Challenges and helping software development teams achieve their goals and milestones on time. Starting with that vision, I read about many case studies how teams implement Agile, how they work, how they plan to scale, what tools they use, what they […] Read more

Oct, 06, 2016

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5 tips to ensure transparency and bonding with the client

  Any service that you provide has two essential entities. One is service provider and the other one is the client. And there exists a feedback loop for both the provider and client. Each client would want that service again if he is happy with the service. For each business to survive it is important […] Read more

7 Guidelines to ensure team success

  Usually, people think that project management is a walk in the park, but in reality it is a very complex job on its own. It’s not a one-size-fits-all process. It can never be. Can continuously evolving processes be that way? No, they cannot. I’d rather that if you want to have an in-depth look […] Read more

3 scenarios where Agile methodology might not work for software development

There is a popular notion that “Agile is a silver bullet & can not fail”, well it’s not true. Whether one follows Agile or not, a lot depends on people working on the project. What their beliefs & values are. Following are few scenarios where following Agile may actually be harmful for the project – […] Read more

5 Questions to be asked in stand up meeting

  In the world of scrum , daily stand up meetings play an important role. But it is important to understand the “WHY” behind it. The goal of scrum is to release valuable product iterations where in team is focused and dedicated and each of these iterations is called a sprint. Each sprint is 7-14 […] Read more

Mar, 11, 2016

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