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What is the Role of Project Management in Agile Software Development?

Amboriish Nath
Updated on 10-May-2023 15:39:32
Agile software development is a project management methodology that emphasizes adaptability and collaboration, and it has grown in popularity in recent years. Through close collaboration among team members and continuous customer feedback, this approach aims to deliver products that customers truly value. Project managers must coordinate teams, monitor progress, and ensure that the project's objectives are aligned with those of the organization in order to successfully implement Agile practices. This article delves into various aspects of Agile project management, such as popular frameworks such as Scrum, Kanban, and XP, project managers' roles in Agile software development, planning and estimation ... Read More

Why Do Employees Need to Consider Agile Transformation Training?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 14:13:11
We all know that a badly managed endeavour can result in missed deadlines, slower product development, staff stress, loss of critical personnel, and team infighting. Agile transformation modifies how businesses operate and behave, which contributes to change. In this article we will discuss more about agile transformation, advantages of it and finally why employees need to transform them to Agile. Let’s start! Agile Transformation When a company fully adopts an agile strategy, it is said to have undergone an agile transformation. The Agile Manifesto's values and principles must be embraced by every person working in every department for a firm to ... Read More

Why Do You Need Your User Story to Fit into One Sprint?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 14:13:42
In Agile development, User Stories are the method for capturing needs. These User Stories are a concise description of functionality that a user requires from a system. User Stories must fit into one sprint. In this article, we will explore why User Stories need to fit into one sprint. Definition of User Story A User Story is a short, simple description of a feature told from the user's perspective. The User Story captures what the user wants to achieve and why. It is a placeholder for a conversation between the development team and the user. Importance of User Story Fitting ... Read More

User Requirement and User Story in Agile

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 14:14:09
Requirement refers to what you want from the product and user story refers to how the product will help you. In another term requirement refers to what the product should do and user story refers to how the user can achieve what he/she wants from the product. Even if requirement and user story sound similar and seems to be confusing without any difference still both are different according to their perspective. In this article, we will explain user story and requirement in detail. Let’s start. What is User Story? A user story is used to describe how the project creates ... Read More

What is Product Roadmap in Agile?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 14:14:57
A product roadmap is critical for interacting with how simple efforts coincide with future objectives. Knowing the significance of a roadmap and how and where to build an excellent one is vital for trying to keep everybody in your team on track. Before we get into the "why" of the agile product roadmap, let's start with the "what." What is Product Roadmap in Agile? A product roadmap is a strategy that describes how well a product will continue to develop. Product managers use roadmaps to highlight new product features in the future and when additional features will be published. When ... Read More

What is Technical Debt?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 11:55:06
Technical debt is the cost of the extra effort that comes from choosing the fastest rather than the best solution. While technical debt is sometimes worthwhile, it's important that your team is aware of the pros and cons of rapid reviews and how to effectively rework. In this post, we'll define technical debt, offer strategies for debt reduction, and explore the difference between profitable and unprofitable valuation. Technical Debt Technical debt is the price of additional work that has to be done because the fastest was chosen instead of the best solution. The term "technical debt" was first used in ... Read More

What is Scrumban?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 14:12:20
When we talk about agile software development, Scrum and Kanban are two widespread frameworks. Scrum is an iterative & incremental framework for product development management, while Kanban is a pull-based system for managing work. Scrum-ban is a hybrid of these two frameworks. It incorporates the principles & practices of both Scrum and Kanban. Scrum-ban aims to supply the best of both worlds by incorporating Scrum's focus on teamwork, collaboration & continuous progress with Kanban's emphasis on visualizing work, managing flow & limiting work in progress. Scrumban Principles Continuous improvement − Scrum-ban promotes continuous progress by enabling teams to reflect ... Read More

What is Scrum of Scrums?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 11:53:03
Scrum of Scrums Scrum of Scrums (SoS) is an advanced mode of Agile project management. It is for coordinating the work of multiple Scrum teams working on the same project. The main goal of SoS is to scale Agile principles & techniques beyond a single team. Also, SoS ensures that all teams work on a project. Scrum of Scrums Structure Scrum of Scrums is an extension of the Scrum framework & it has a similar structure. The prime distinction is that rather than a single Scrum team, SoS affects multiple teams that work together. The Scrum of Scrums has its ... Read More

What is Scrum Call and Why is It Required?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 11:52:07
What is Scrum Call? Daily scrum or just stand up are equivalent terms. Participants include the product owner, scrum master, and development team, among many other scrum team members. It serves the objective of communicating a person's work progress as well as an estimate of how much of it is completed before the next Scrum meeting. The sprint aim must be mentioned together with any barriers. The Scrum Master must period the meeting and effectively handle any concerns that arise in order to prevent any deviation. The Scrum ball, which is tossed about while waiting for everyone's turn to speak, ... Read More

Proof of Concept (PoC) in Agile

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 28-Mar-2023 11:49:33
A proof-of-concept (PoC) is intended to confirm a presumption that a concept, technology, or methodology is practicable, and applicable. PoCs speed up delivery in contemporary software development by assisting in the quicker launch of products, which adheres to Lean and Agile concepts. In this article we will discuss more about PoC, Requirement of PoC, PoC demonstration and finally Benefits of PoC. Let’s start. Proof of Concept (PoC) A proof of concept (POC) is indeed a product demonstration that aims to show whether an idea can actually be implemented. The purpose of a POC is not to determine whether there is ... Read More
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