Inspired, self-organizing teams easily breeze through challenges and obstacles. Uninspired teams usually require top-to-bottom direction.
Delivering solutions is easy; creating valuable solutions is hard. Product discovery means uncovering what creates value, whereas product delivery is about producing what creates value.
Cycle time one of the most underrated metrics for product managers to track. Learn eight ways to reduce the time between starting work on an item and completing it.
There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to running a sprint retro, but a tried-and-true framework includes five steps: Set the stage, gather data, generate insights, decide what to do, and close the retro.
It might seem like reinventing the wheel, but it takes just 10–20 minutes of prep to devise an exciting retro format — an investment that pays off.
In this guide, we’ll describe what quality assurance (QA) is, explain why it is distinct from testing, and the role QA specialists play in the product development lifecycle.
Most people understand what it means to be agile, but hardly anyone can explain it. Learn how to optimize your product cycle and streamline your workflow by embracing agile principles.
Scrumban combines the structure and predictability of scrum with the flexibility and visualization of kanban to make agile teams more efficient and productive and help them continuously improve.
Learn everything you need to know about dual-track agile, including its origins and how it relates to continuous discovery today.
Discover why creating a definition of done (DoD) is so important for scrum teams and product leaders to embrace agile ways of working.
Epics are derived from themes or initiatives and can be segmented into smaller pieces called user stories. Learn how this system can help make your team more agile.