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Where do all these Tickets come from? - Part 2

As promised here is part 2 of the previous post regarding ticketing systems and what the minimum requirements are for getting a grip on them. Here’s what I said about ticketing in overview from last time: 969 more words


Jira Scrum board or Kanban Board?

When it comes to managing projects we can say Atlassian’s Jira is the most widely used tool. Jira provides us the option to choose from two types of Agile boards. 300 more words


Remove moo.do, OneNote… the winner is Quip~

Dear Flow Wonk...

That’s how they usually start.

“I’m sort of new on my job as the scrum master and it’s all firefighting here. There is so much new stuff coming in we can’t seem to get much done. 671 more words


Where do all these Tickets come from?

If you are like many PM’s or SM’s you have this problem in spades when it comes to support tickets. In this episode I will be discussing tickets that are outside the normal channel of requested work, like requests to fix something or add something to an existing product. 613 more words


Ending out using Moo.do Chrome App as off/online Kanban board :-P

Wishlist checked.

Successful making a offline/online Kanban board.

Basically, just

  • meteor add ground:db
  • Ground.Collection(); for almost all collections except for attachments & avatars.
  • meteor add appcache

Issues: … 17 more words