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How Agile Analysis Drives Business Transformation?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:38:14
Agile Analysis is a process that pushes business transformation. It happens by cracking down large & complex issues into smaller & more manageable ones. It is a method that allows associations to quickly & efficiently respond to changing business needs by emphasizing collaboration, flexibility, and continuous improvement. Here we will analyze the key elements of Agile Analysis and how it drives business transformation. Agile Analysis Methodology Agile Analysis is a process that comprises several methodologies. It allows organizations to examine business needs & transform them into deliverables. It involves breaking down difficult problems into smaller components, analyzing them & then ... Read More

Do’s and Don’ts During Agile Daily Stand-up

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:35:23
Do you feel like work meetings consume too much of your time and leave you with too little time to get work done? If so, you're not alone. However, Daily Stand-ups can be a valuable exception to this trend. These brief meetings typically last no more than 15 minutes, and if conducted properly, can help to reduce the need for unnecessary meetings throughout the day. If you're not a fan of Daily Stand-ups, it may be because your team has been treating them as status update meetings, which can be stressful and unproductive. In the context of software development, Daily ... Read More

Do’s and Don’ts in Agile Retrospective

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:34:50
Retrospective meetings are commonly associated with agile project management, but they can be beneficial for any project team, regardless of their approach. A retrospective is a meeting that takes place at the conclusion of a project or after each sprint in a scrum methodology. Scrum teams work in iterations, with the goal of delivering a potentially releasable product increment. Following each sprint, the team conducts a retrospective to reflect on their accomplishments, identify successes, and areas that require improvement. The focus is on enhancing the team's collaboration and efficiency rather than product improvement. Retrospectives promote team building and enable team ... Read More

Do’s and Don’t During Agile Sprint Planning

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:34:27
What is Sprint Planning? Sprint Planning is a crucial part of the Scrum framework, where the team collaborates to determine what work will be done and how it will be accomplished during the upcoming Sprint. The process revolves around three key elements. Firstly, the Product Owner explains the value of the upcoming Sprint to the team and, together, they set a Sprint goal that effectively communicates the value to the stakeholders. Secondly, the Scrum team, consisting of Developers and the Product Owner, reviews the Product Backlog and selects items that will be tackled in the Sprint. The team may ... Read More

Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD)

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:33:55
Agile development is a software development methodology that prioritizes flexibility, collaboration, and rapid iteration. It is a relatively new approach that has rapidly gained popularity in recent years & has fundamentally changed the way software is developed. Often referred to as the art of adapting to change and innovation, Agile development focuses on flexibility, adaptability, and collaboration. A customer-centric method for developing, creating, and distributing a steady stream of useful products and services to clients and users is known as agile product delivery. Disciplined Agile Delivery The Disciplined Agile Deliver is also called DAD. It is a hybrid agile tool ... Read More

Definition of Ready (DoR) in Agile

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:33:08
Out of all the Agile Framework Scrum is been widely popular. Scrum is a framework for Agile project management and software development. It provides a simple, yet effective approach to delivering complex projects in an adaptive and flexible manner. Scrum was first introduced in the 1990s and has since become one of the most widely adopted Agile methodologies. Scrum is used in a wide range of industries, including software development, construction, marketing, and finance. Its popularity stems from its flexibility and ability to help teams deliver high-quality work quickly and efficiently. DoR and DoD are the 2 most used signs ... Read More

Context Switching in Agile and How to Avoid It?

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:31:47
Context switching is a term used to define the switching focus process from one task to another. It often occurs in agile environments. In agile environments, the team is working on numerous tasks simultaneously. So, it becomes part of the system. Here, in this article, let's discuss the details of context switching. What is Context Switching? So, context switching is a switching process between various tasks. It means doing various tasks & each demanding a different set of skills, knowledge & attention. It is very challenging to switch from one task to another, specifically if they need various tools or ... Read More

Agile Software Development Life Cycle

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:30:13
Currently, in the fast-paced world, organizations are under immense pressure. As they have a purpose to provide high-quality software fast & in and efficient way. Traditional software development life cycles (SDLC) were rigid, slow, & inflexible. It led to project delays, cost overruns & a lack of alignment between business needs & software functionality. The Agile SDLC process offers a more flexible, iterative & collaborative methodology that addresses these challenges. What is an Agile Software Development Agile software development is a relaxed & iterative approach to software development. It emphasizes collaboration, customer satisfaction, and continuous improvement. The Agile methodology priorities ... Read More

Agile Marketing and Its Importance

Mr. Satyabrata
Updated on 24-Mar-2023 11:29:14
Agile advertising is best described as a method for acting quickly to respond to events as they happen. Its objective is to make it possible for teams and businesses to work rapidly thru and deliver at various points throughout a project. Agile marketing relies heavily on data and analytics. In this article we will discuss about what is agile marketing, how it works, techniques of agile marketing and finally the advantages of agile marketing etc. Let’s explore. What is Agile Marketing? Agile marketing is a proactive marketing strategy, where marketing people collectively pick high-value initiatives on which to concentrate their ... Read More

What is Agile Emotional Intelligence?

Amina Muthalif
Updated on 21-Mar-2023 10:54:32
Emotional intelligence is undeniably an integral part of both professional and personal contexts. It is the ability to recognize, understand, and manage your own emotions as well as the emotions of others. It plays an important role in effective communication, conflict management, decision making and building strong relationships. Recently, the significance of emotional intelligence in the workplace is being recognised. The concept of emotional intelligence has been ingrained in agile project management, however with slight differences. Agile Emotional Intelligence (AEMI) is a terminology used in the context of Agile project management where the ability of individuals and teams to ... Read More
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