Kanban is the simplest way of visualizing the status of the work and understanding the next best action to keep the flow going.
Effective backlog management can make or break your product. By the same token, misunderstanding your backlog can lead to traps.
The stage-gate process divides projects into different stages with gates (reviews) in between them. Results of the previous phase are presented to stakeholders.
As a PM, tracking and managing work via a burndown chart is a shared responsibility with the engineering manager and scrum master of the team.
Review what iterative and incremental development means, weigh the pros and cons, and see how an iterative and incremental development process works in practice by looking at examples.
Deliverables can often feel like an imposed requirement without purpose. So, if agile is such a popular way of working, why are deliverables still around?
Both scrum and Kanban are great and can be practiced in any kind of project, provided you know how efficiently they can be used to deliver.
Scrum isn’t evil by design. It’s just like a game of telephone — by the end, it’s nothing like what it’s supposed to be.
The agile values and principles add color to the higher-level values of the Agile Manifesto. Learn how they promote continuous learning and improvement in an increasingly unpredictable world.
In this guide, we’ll introduce you to the concept of agile product development and then break down the Agile Manifesto with a focus on its four values and 12 principles.
When teams are overwhelmed by unsustainable pressure to deliver more than they possibly can, their attention naturally shifts to maximizing output rather than improving processes.
From the fundamental dichotomy between the two approaches to how waterfall has infiltrated back in our lives, we’ll dissect the obvious so that we can keep our guard up.