One major root cause of Agile failure is the lack of buy-in from Top Management. It is not easy to get this done, especially when they have years and years of traditional software development experience under their belt. In this post, let us discuss some strategies to facilitate support from them.
There is a common misconception that Agile suits every Software Development project. But it does not. How to find the Sweet Spot where Agile works? Read on to know more.
An excellent indicator of a good Agile team is their High Performance. This is very closely linked to the Happiness levels in the Team. So what makes an Happy Agile team?
Retrospectives are vital to help an agile team move forward. Some teams take this light and don’t focus on this meeting. Don’t do this with your team. Read on to know why!
Planning meeting lays the foundation for a successful iteration. All key stakeholders must be present in a Planning Meeting and offer active participation. In addition to the commitment discussions, are you talking about risks in this meeting? If not, you must read this post.
Standup meetings are an integral part of Agile projects. They provide an opportunity for open and regular communication between all team members. But many times they turn out to be overheads. How can you make the standup meetings efficient?