Information Radiators

Information radiators are visual displays of information that are designed to provide quick and easy access to key data and metrics. They are typically displayed in a prominent location, such as a central area in an office or a factory floor, where they can be easily seen by team members and other stakeholders “Information radiator” […]

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Sprint H – Hardening Sprint

A Sprint H – Hardening Sprint is a specialized sprint dedicated to stabilizing a software development focuses on correcting vulnerabilities, strengthening the product’s performance, and bolstering its stability. This sprint is typically performed in the later phases of the software development lifecycle, prior to the product’s deployment to production, in order to strengthen the product’s […]

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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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Predictive, Adaptive and Hybrid Approaches

Predictive, Adaptive, and Hybrid approaches are the three primary software development strategies. Each strategy has its own benefits and drawbacks, and the approach chosen will rely on the project’s particular requirements. Waterfall, Iterative, Incremental and Agile When to use waterfall, when agile? The choice between using a Waterfall or Agile approach to software development will […]

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Impediments, Obstacles, and Blockers

There are a variety of reasons why projects can become stalled. The members of a project team may meet numerous barriers that impede or slow down their efforts. The types of obstacles vary widely depending on the industry, stakeholders, project and business environment, and the nature of the project itself. PMI : Address and Remove […]

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T Shaped and I Shaped Skills

T-shaped and I-shaped skills are terminology used to define the expertise and talents of team members. T-shaped skills T-shaped skills relate to persons that possess a broad variety of knowledge and abilities across numerous domains, as well as in-depth expertise in a single domain. This shape shows the range and depth of knowledge across a […]

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Definition of Done (DoD) and Definition of Ready (DoR)

Without a solid understanding of both Definition of Done (DoD) and the Definition of Ready (DoR), no Project Manager/Scrum manager can supervise the delivery of the product/project utilising Agile Project Management. Definition of Ready (DoR) is an Agile project management phrase that specifies the requirements a user story or task must achieve in order to […]

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Agile Adaptive Planning

Agile adaptive planning is a flexible project management technique that promotes adaptability to changing requirements and client expectations. Consisting of continuous iteration, regular reevaluation, and as-needed plan modifications, it is a crucial part of Agile methodology. Agile planning requires less effort upfront and more work throughout the project. So here we are building the product […]

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MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and MBI (Minimum Business Increment)

MVP (Minimum Viable Product) and MBI (Minimum Business Increment) are two concepts in product development used to determine the minimum set of features and functionality required to deliver value to customers and stakeholders. Minimum Viable Product (MVP) In 2001, Frank Robinson invented the concept of MVP, considering it the result of a parallel product and […]

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