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Agile Project Management Artifacts

Project progress should be visible and measurable in order to be useful. In addition to the three scrum artifacts (product backlog, sprint backlog and the increment), agile project teams often use three additional artifacts (product vision statement, product roadmap...

The Platinum Edge Agile Roadmap to Value

The Roadmap to Value is a high-level view of an agile project. The stages of the Roadmap to Value are described in the list following the diagram:   In Stage 1, the product owner identifies the product vision. The product vision is a definition of what your product...

What is an Agile Development Team? Overview of Key Responsibilities

The development team, also often just called dev team, arguably holds the most vital role in any agile process. While it is the ultimate aim of every scrum master to make his own role redundant and most teams could dysfunctionally continue their work without a product...

What is an Agile Coach? Overview

What is an Agile Coach? Overview

Wondering what is an agile coach? In this post, we’ll define this role and explore what they do and how they support organizations.

What is a Product Owner? Overview of Key Responsibilities

Lately, we have been talking about the different roles on a scrum team. Another important scrum role is the product owner. The product owner is the most difficult to equate to a specific traditional project management role, and is therefore sometimes the most...

What is a Scrum Team?

Scrum projects have a number of teams, and that can be confusing. Let's clear this up. Scrum has three main roles: The scrum master, who helps protect the team from distractions and clear impediments The product owner, who makes decisions about product features and...

The Agile Litmus Test

To be agile you need to be able to ask, “Is this agile?” If you’re ever in doubt about whether a particular process, practice, tool or approach adheres to the Agile Manifesto or the 12 Agile Principles, refer to the following list of questions: Does what we’re doing...

Top 5 Reasons Companies Become Agile

Ninety-five percent of companies are adopting agile approaches for building products (according to the 10th Annual State of Agile Report). Industries outside of software now make up the majority. Companies want to become agile because agile values and principles:...

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