Untrained staff, new employees, inexperienced technical resources. If you have been a project manager (predictive or adaptive) for any duration of time, you have had to work with someone who lacked some knowledge in a needed area. You have probably… Read More ›
A joke I heard once was that in an 8 hour day, Agile has 7 hours of meetings and 1 hour of work. There can be some truth to it if you let it happen.
Agile is supposed to be strict. I am not saying miss a daily standup because you don’t feel like doing it, I am saying there are situations where letting some team members not attend would be acceptable.
The answer is yes you should hold a kick-off meeting. But why? The kick-off meeting gives everyone a chance to get together (team members, stakeholders, customers, etc.) and discuss the project. You can make sure everyone is informed of their… Read More ›
*The following is written by guest blogger Salarco Since 2012, I’ve been working for an international organization that promotes leadership through different kinds of cross-cultural exchanges for young people between 18 and 30 years old. Our goal is to… Read More ›
My guest blog post on making the best choices for your processes and tools. Originally published on tapscape.com In Agile, there is often an insistence on using low-tech and high-touch tools to collaborate and report on task statuses. While these… Read More ›
MoSCoW prioritization (or the MoSCoW method) is a tool used in all sorts of professions and industries to provide a structure for prioritizing work tasks. It is most commonly associated with the Agile approach Dynamic Systems Development Methodology, which is where… Read More ›
This material (DSDM, Related Images, and Videos) was created by the Agile Business Consortium. https://agilebusiness.org Think of Agile like a toolbox. Within this Agile toolbox, you have several options. You may not know what all the tools are, how they function… Read More ›