Agility isn’t always about speed. A bunch of factors helps your organization to be Agile. That’s what we talk about in this post.Continue Reading
Just following an Agile method like Scrum or Kanban doesn’t bring Agility into an organization. For sure, it is a good first step but not enough to be agile and nimble. So what does it take an organization to move towards “real” agility? That’s what we will discuss in this post.Continue Reading
Retrospectives, also called as Retro meetings, are an effective tool for continuous learning and improvement. They can also be used to eliminate waste in an Agile project that do not add value to the team or the customer. And, that’s the topic of today’s podcast.
At the start, you predict a velocity for your team and it works really great. The team delivers awesome increments and the velocity keeps increasing. But suddenly there is a slump. Velocity goes down and you have no clue about it. Been in this situation? Here are 3 primary reasons why the velocity slumps and what to do about it.Continue Reading
Daily Scrum is one of the important among all Scrum meetings. It can greatly help with the success of a Sprint and ultimately the project.
However, there is one indicator to watch out for that can make this meeting ineffective. That’s the topic of this edition of the Happy Agilist podcast.
Estimations are never perfect. But the objective of every attempt to an estimation is to provide reliable inputs for a “good enough” plan. In this post, I will share with you 3 tips to make better estimates for your Agile Stories.Continue Reading