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Managing in Agile - Managing Time and Cost - How to Manage Cost in Agile - Lowering cost by reducing time

You can also lower your project costs by not completing lower-priority requirements, thus lowering the number of sprints you need. On agile projects, because completed functionality is delivered with each sprint, the project stakeholders can make a business decision to end a project when the cost of future development is higher than the value of that future development. 333 more words

AgileSelfie - When is a good time to replace the scrum master and the product owner?

Nothing is mentioned about these in scrum guide, which can be treated as the most authentic document for scrum. However it makes sense to do so at the beginning of the sprint or at the fag end of the sprint, as far as possible. 53 more words



Scrum is a management framework for incremental product development using one or more cross-functional, self-organizing teams of about seven people each. It provides a structure of roles, meetings, rules, and artifacts. 68 more words

Scrum : Important Roles in a Scrum Project

It has been proved by surveys that additional certifications such as ITIL, PRINCE2, PMP and Scrum can not only help a professional (IT or non-IT) gain more knowledge regarding success in their projects, but also help an organization in which he/she works in the long run. 402 more words

Scrum : Conflict Management Techniques Relevant to Scrum

Organizations applying the Scrum framework encourage an open environment and dialogue among employees. Conflicts among Scrum Team members are generally resolved independently, with little or no involvement from management or others outside the Scrum Team. 605 more words

Scrum : Tools and Techniques for Estimating Tasks in a Scrum Project

The Scrum Core Team uses various tools and techniques such as Task Estimation Meetings, Estimation Criteria, Planning Poker, Fist of Five, etc. to estimate the effort required to accomplish each task in the Task List. 769 more words

Agility: Why did it Evolve

Agility: Why did it Evolve

When we begin a new project, the number one priority is to understand the client’s requirement, and identify resources for that. 397 more words