Agile Terminologies

Agile Terminologies refer to the specific language or vocabulary used in Agile software development methodology, including terms such as Scrum, Sprint, Backlog, User Story, Product Owner, and Sprint Review, among others. These terms have specific meanings and are used to facilitate communication and collaboration within Agile teams. Following are some important Agile Terminologies Agile: Agile […]

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Release and Release Planning

In the context of Agile project management, release and release planning are closely linked concepts that play a crucial role in delivering features and functionalities to users. Release A release refers to the delivery of a set of functionalities or features to the end user. This could be a new version of an app, a software update, […]

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Agile Project Charter

An Agile project charter is a document that serves as a roadmap for an Agile project. It’s created at the beginning of a project and is a high-level guide that outlines the project’s goals, objectives, and deliverables “Agile projects leverage the Lean startup model to develop and test a hypothesis and then stop, pivot, or […]

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Value-driven Product development

In Agile product development, product value is related to a product’s usefulness. A product is considered valuable if it is usable, fit for use, or useful. Product value is the core concept behind value-driven product development. It’s all about focusing on features and functionalities that deliver the most benefit to both the customer and the business Product […]

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How to get your Product Vision correctly defined

In Agile, product vision acts like a north star for product development. It’s a concise statement that captures your product’s long-term goal and aspirational future state. To get your Product Vision correctly defined, you must focus on defining the WHY, it must be focused on the USER and should inspire the team. [Product] is for […]

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Deliverables

In project management, deliverables refer to any item that is produced as a result of a project. Deliverables can take many forms, from physical products to online documents, reports, or software applications.   Deliverables are not milestones. Yes!, a project milestone, sometimes encompasses deliverables, is the only marker in time to indicate the transition from […]

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Project Life Cycle, Product Life Cycle and Project Management Process Groups

In the project world, understanding the differences between Project Life Cycle, Product Life Cycle and Project management process groups is crucial for successful execution. The Project Life Cycle encompasses the stages a project goes through, from initiation to closure, while the Product Life Cycle refers to the stages a product undergoes, from development to retirement. […]

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Organizational Structures

Organizational structures are arrangements or frameworks that govern the hierarchy of employees, its function, workflow, and reporting system. The organisation structure is an enterprise environmental component that significantly influences how you conduct yourself and how your firm operates. Project Organization A Project Organization is a structure that enables the coordination and execution of project operations. […]

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