Agile methodology is a powerful tool for development teams. It speeds up the often slow process and ensures close collaboration, allowing for faster, more meaningful adaption. However, Agile can be tricky to implement among remote teams.
Agile User Stories and Epics are incredibly powerful tools. Yet not every Epic makes sense to incorporate into your Agile Sprint. These five key questions are things to consider before accepting an Epic.
The digital landscape is all about speed and innovation. How quickly can you produce something new and exciting? Can you do it faster and better than your competitors? Agile software development methodology can help.
It’s safe to say that if you’re reading this post, you’re probably a fan of Agile practices. Recently, I began thinking about what the scrum master role fully encompasses, and how it applies beyond just professional contexts.
When it comes to myths about agile scrum, the stories border on urban legend. Here we break down the top three myths - that it's expensive, for small businesses only, and aren't popular - and how we refute them.