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Seven Unique Ways To Breath In New Life In Your Sprint Retrospectives

Sprint retrospectives are an important part of scrum methodology. For Agile practitioners, retrospectives hold a special significance, and offer an insight into the self-learning capabilities supported by scrum. 631 more words

Sprint 12 – Spin-offs

Spin-offs are a constant phenomenon around sw development, at all levels. From corporate level spin-offs triggered by grand innovation to everyday discovery of possible additional value while working on a user story in a sprint. 426 more words

Agile Development

Too simple or too complex

My husband got a Raspberry Pi (single-chip computer) recently and installed Linux there. I am expected to contribute some ideas to make sure of it. 758 more words

Product Management Day 65: The Power of the User Story

Any Product Manager involved in Agile Development would be familiar with the good ol’ user story:

As a type of user, I want feature, functionality, goal…

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Product Management

Understanding your Client's User Stories

My thesis so far: You have a greater opportunity to increase customer Value by delivering more Benefit than by lowering customer Investment. If customer… 1,098 more words

Value Theory

Agile Values in Scrum: The Important Principles and Values of Scrum Explained

Scrum is perhaps the best known Agile method of implementing successful projects. Scrum projects complete on time, and result into higher ROI for the stakeholders. This makes Scrum an ideal, and the most preferred choice while implementing projects, in which the product definition is liable to change with the changing market conditions. 496 more words

The Core Role and Responsibilities of a Product Owner in Scrum

One of the commonest mistakes that people make while considering the product owner’s role in scrum is to consider him or her as either actually owning the product, or functioning as a decision maker while developing the product for the stakeholders. 375 more words