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The INVEST Criteria: Creating Powerful User Stories

The INVEST Criteria: Creating Powerful User Stories

by Jason Gardner (ed.) User stories are an essential part of an agile development process. They work as a communication bridge between the development team and other stakeholders, and they influence the design and implementation of software products. But creating user...

Habits of Effective Scrum Teams

Habits of Effective Scrum Teams

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) Do you want to create an effective Scrum team that produces successful results? If so, it’s essential to understand the habits and practices of top-performing teams. But where do you start when building the right scrum team culture from scratch?...

Self Organizing Scrum Team

Self Organizing Scrum Team

by Jason Gardner (ed.) Self Organizing Scrum Team Organizing your team using the Scrum framework for the first time can be daunting, especially if you’re working with professionals who have been accustomed to traditional top-down project management styles. Scrum is an...

Sprint Length: How Long Should They Be?

Sprint Length: How Long Should They Be?

by Jason Gardner (ed.) Sprint Length: How Long Should They Be?  Maybe you are already working in sprints or wanting to get started. Either way, you might be asking what is the ideal length for your team's sprints. While there is no one size fits all answer when...

How do agile projects get initiated?

How do agile projects get initiated?

by Jason Gardner (ed.) How do agile projects get initiated? If you're a professional considering an agile project for your business, you know the importance of starting off on the right foot. Agile involves many moving parts - from ensuring stable teams to...

Stop Abusing Velocity as a Comparison Metric in Scrum

Stop Abusing Velocity as a Comparison Metric in Scrum

by Jason Gardner (ed.) Stop Abusing Velocity as a Comparison Metric in Scrum The Scrum framework promises teams greater velocity and efficiency when approaching complex projects. However, without careful consideration for the key nuances within the methodology,...

How Does Scrum Work in Research and Development?

How Does Scrum Work in Research and Development?

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) How does Scrum work in Research and Development? Are you looking to optimize your research and development workflow? Scrum is an innovative way of approaching workflows that can help teams maximize their productivity. In this blog post, we will...

Introduction to Scrum

Introduction to Scrum

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) What Is Scrum and How To Get Started  Are you a professional confused by the ever-evolving dynamics of project management and product development? It's no wonder - with new technologies and concepts entering the workplace faster than ever...

Guide: How to effectively use OKRs

Guide: How to effectively use OKRs

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) Guide: How to effectively use OKRs If you're a professional looking to maximize the success of your organization, one of the most important tools at your disposal is proper use of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs). OKRs allow for clear...

Agile Trends

Agile Trends

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) Trends in Agile Organizations In today’s modern business world, agility is the name of the game. With rapidly changing markets, consumer trends, and technology advancements taking place daily, organizations must take a proactive approach to...

Task Boards: What They Are and How To Master Them

Task Boards: What They Are and How To Master Them

by Jason Gardner (Ed.) What is a task board? Why would one use a task board? What makes a task board effective and useful? What are the benefits of a task board? Do you feel like your projects with multiple tasks are too large and complex to manage? Whether it’s...

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