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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The XP metaphor

A metaphor is a figure of speech that describes something by referring to something else with similar characteristics. It is used to make comparisons between two unlike things and helps to explain complex or abstract concepts in a simple and relatable way. The XP Metaphor is a central concept in Extreme Programming (XP), an Agile […]

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The Product Box; An Agile Planning

Every item we ever purchase comes in some sort of package, which could be a box or a cover. This box is the primary marketing and persuasion tool utilised by the company to convince you that its product is superior to the competition. This packaging provides limited room to play and market, which the seller […]

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Large-scale software development Frameworks

Scrum of Scrums, LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum), and SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework) are all frameworks designed to facilitate Agile practices and improve collaboration in large-scale software development projects. Each framework has its own approach to scaling Agile methodologies, allowing multiple teams to work together effectively. Scrum of Scrums: Scrum of Scrums is an approach for scaling […]

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Story Map, User Story Mapping

In the context of Agile methodology, a story map or user story mapping is a visual representation of user stories or product features arranged in a hierarchical or chronological order. It helps agile teams to plan and prioritize their work by providing a high-level overview of the product’s functionality and user journeys. Think of it […]

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