Agile Posts

Know the Difference: A Quick Guide to Agile Software Development Methodologies

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From tiny startups to massive Fortune 500 corporations, it seems like everyone these days is interested in making their software development more “agile.” The four main tenets of the Agile Manifesto,” written in 2001, are:

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A Quick Guide to Choosing the Right Sprint Length for Your Project

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Magic comes from the heart, and the heart of Scrum is the sprint. Many teams choose their sprint length without too much thought. And chances are it will works out. In optimism we trust after all.

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10 Best Practices for UX Success in Agile Environment

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For the past year, we have been working closely with Agile teams and user experience professionals to discover the best ways to collaborate and achieve great results. For many UX professionals, it’s not always clear how to fit in an Agile project and what to bring in to allow the project run effectively.

In this article, we share the most popular tips and techniques that contribute to the success of Agile projects.

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Scrum, Lean, Kanban: Choosing a PM Approach that Won’t Screw Up

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Fancy terminology and buzzwords – this is what modern project management is all about. Outsiders may hear words like Scrum, Kanban, Lean and wonder whether they are reading about project management or a notoriously difficult book by another “great” novelist.

When it comes to choosing a project management approach, even profs get confused. The bad news, the wrong framework is a recipe for disaster. And if you screw up, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. The good news, none of these frameworks – Scrum, Lean or Kanban – is actually as complicated as it may sound.

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How to Improve Productivity with Agile in 3 Easy Steps

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Increased productivity is the key priority for many project managers. There are a few ways that can improve team productivity – you can adopt a new technology or try a new approach and improve the methods and skills your team uses to complete the work. The agile methodology can help achieve that through increased collaboration and being more responsive to customer requests.

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