introduction to spotify model

Introduction To Spotify Model

If you are looking at scaling agile in your organisation and are considering the Spotify model as one of your options , you have landed at the right place. In this blog, we will attempt to explain..

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how to run a scrum project in jira

How To Run A Scrum Project in JIRA?

This blog’s main idea is to guide project teams to make full use of JIRA to run a scrum project. Jira is a sophisticated tool which is highly designed to run Agile projects. With predefined templates, boards, reports and metrics..

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A Ready Reckoner for PI Planning

A Ready Reckoner for PI Planning

This article is an attempt to pen down a few hygiene elements to bear in mind while planning your PIs. Sort of a checklist that is drawn from our coaching experience and exposure to various pertinent best practices.

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How to improve interactions within teams

How to Improve Interactions Within Teams

A “Team” is generally defined as a group of people. Who work together towards a shared goal. In my experience, effective interaction forms the bedrock of such a ‘team’ – a factor often taken for granted. All the more true in an agile environment, where one sees high levels of ambiguity, uncertainty and diversity.

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How to make a timeboxed event more effective.

How to Make a Timeboxed Event More Effective?

How do we better utilize our time attending an insane number of meetings? Coaches get this asked a lot. While little can be done about the number of meetings just like driving in bumper to bumper traffic, we can surely improve the in-car time utilization!

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Secret Sauce of all Retrospective techniques

Secret Sauce of all Retrospective Techniques

In Scrum framework, retrospective is the last event of each sprint and has also been one of the most rushed events in our experience. This has meant that the event has failed in helping the team, consequently failing in its purpose and has thus been considered mostly as an helpless event.

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essential agile metrics for leaders

Essential Agile Metrics for Leaders

Popular agile metrics like burndown chart, velocity graph, cumulative flow, control charts and many others are confined to one team and limits the management view. Senior leadership is keen to know metrics like consistency, predictability, productivity, reliability and other business KPIs..

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