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Continuous Improvement - Key for the success lock!

In this post, we are going to discuss about the fourth and final pillar for the success of a product.

You can read about the other three factors in my previous posts. 496 more words

Lean Software Development

Multiple Options and Delayed Decisions!

In this post, I am going to explain about ‘delaying decisions and maintaining multiple options to decide’ which is the 3rd pillar for the success of the product. 585 more words

Lean Software Development

Squadification. Scaling agile with Spotify's Framework

If you never heard of Spotify Engineering Culture please take 30’ to watch both videos (part 1 and part 2) and then come back. 722 more words

Agile

Feedback matters!

In my last post Build the Integrity for a product’s success!,  I was explaining about building the integrity, a lean principle as a success factor for any product. 402 more words

Agile

Slicing the Elephant. Good tips to divide work in small deliverables.

As you may know one of the Agile principles is “early and continuous delivery of valuable software”. Now, one of the major challenges I’ve seen in the attempt to accomplish this, is how to break entire features into smaller deliverable parts in each sprint or iteration (or any name you have for small periods of time). 701 more words

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Build the Integrity for a product's success!

Lean suggests Integrity as one of the main aspects for a product’s success. The word “Integrity” covers lots of factors under it. Conceptual Integrity and Perceived Integrity are the two main keys to be monitored and tracked hand in hand to achieve it. 217 more words

Lean Software Development

Test coach versus test specialist, impact on queues

I recently had a very interesting conversation with a group of skilled testers on whether or not there should always be a test specialist in a cross-functional team. 583 more words

Agile Software Development