Category: Agile

agile manifesto

What is Agile Manifesto and its 12 Principles?

In the early 1990s, software development was going through something called “the application development crisis.” People started to notice a significant lag in the delivery of new software development applications. It was taking them too long to deliver the projects, and often when the projects were delivered, they were already Read More

Agile Estimation Techniques

Agile Estimation Techniques: Your Guide to Accurate and Effective Project Planning

“If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” – by Peter Drucker Planning and estimating work plays a major role in transitioning your projects and teams to Agile ways of working to negotiate the challenges of the VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, Ambiguity) world. Agile ways of working supports continuous Read More

Agile Team Structure

Building an Agile Team Structure: A Complete Overview

Agile is one of the most widely accepted ways-of-working to approach a project in recent times in the industry. Organizations are choosing agile over other approaches to reap the benefits of increased customer satisfaction, responding to market changes, and staying relevant in the VUCA world. Agile is a different way Read More

Product Discovery

How to do a Product Discovery? A Step By Step Guide

Planning and initiation is a key part of any project be it a traditional project or an agile project. While traditional project delivery includes planning everything up front and then moving to design and other phases, agile planning involves a concept of “Just enough”. Why does Agile recommend ‘just enough Read More

Product Roadmap

What is a Product Roadmap & How to Create One – A Complete Guide

Agile development is often associated with short-term planning to keep pace with changing customer needs and volatile business contexts. However, this doesn’t mean that long-term planning (read roadmaps) doesn’t matter or is not done. On the contrary, roadmaps (product roadmaps in the context of this blog) play a vital role Read More

Agile Metrics For Leadership

Agile Metrics For Leadership: Navigating to Successful Business

Due to the ever-changing business dynamics in the past couple of decades, agile ways of working have sidelined other approaches in the software development space. Initially, this transition faced a lot of resistance due to the nature of vague explanations to specific and pointed questions by the stakeholders and the Read More

user story template img

User Story Template – A Step By Step Guide

Traditional projects had requirements in the form of work breakdown structure which were written as features (Ex: login feature, search feature). With this type of requirement writing, development teams wrote code while keeping in mind the specifications written by the business analyst. However, a single project had multiple personas involved Read More

agile testing

What is Agile Testing? Process & Life Cycle

Agile testing, like agile itself, is not limited to a set of practices but requires a mindset shift towards improving quality at all the stages of a project/product. In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, software development teams face the challenge of delivering high-quality products at speed, without compromising on reliability or Read More