Scrum is an excellent framework to run software projects. It is simple, structured and non-ambiguous to use. But some organizations, especially new adaptors, struggle with localized improvements without far-reaching benefits. Is yours one of them? Then read on.
Agile is a term that is generally loved by executives but hated by developers. If done right, agile can make everyone’s life a lot easier. But in many organizations, it is done wrong and eventually leads to frustration.
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
Agile methods are long blamed for their short-sightedness. What good is to develop the software products fast, if the end user cannot get them at the same pace? Serverless Architectures, when done right, may offer the right solution.
One of the common complaints with Scrum or similar Agile methodologies is their focus on the smaller team. Agility is often realized within this small team but not at the macro (organization) level. Nexus Scrum takes one good step towards Organizational Agility!