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October 15, 2019
Why You Should Consider Stopping Sprint Review   What is a sprint review? Any planned project needs a review to order to find out if the goals set before the initiation of the projects are being accomplished and whether the development of the process is in line with the final objective of the plan constructed. To assess the performance of a product […] Read More »
October 15, 2019
Is it Time to Do Away with Scrum’s Product Owner Role?   Understanding the Scrum framework At the very core of the scrum framework processing lies the notion of teamwork which inculcates efficiency maximization. The Scrum process in the technical developments is based on the agile methodology which allows delivering the business requirements in the shortest possible span of time. It is continuous and iterative development […] Read More »
September 21, 2019
12 Product Ownership Influencers You Should Know   Who is a product owner? A product owner is someone who runs the ABCs of the product. It is generally a role in an agile scrum development team where a person is held responsible for the business of a particular product and the factors which surround it.  He/she decides on the features and the […] Read More »
September 3, 2019
How Scrum Can Change the Way You Work?   Today everyone wants to master Scrum but no one wants to understand what it exactly is and what its salient features are. The Information Technology (IT) and IT-enabled Services (ITeS) sectors in India and elsewhere consider it to be the process that is going to take them to the stars. But, if Scrum would […] Read More »
July 10, 2019
Keeping High-Level Requirements High-Level   Stakeholders dislike repeated questions about their needs. They do not separate the details from the HLRs. But all is not lost. They do like being in on the sessions of project planning especially when they have a stakeholder role in it. Eliciting and organizing these HLRs to form a list of topics like the […] Read More »
July 7, 2019
Three Modes of Business Analysis Consulting   A consultant for BA normally is a collaborator, expert, or an additional pair-of-hands when facing clients. The book by Process Impact’s Principal Consultant Karl Wiegers is about these three modes of interactions. Let us explore these to learn more.  1. The independent model: The Expert: The expert works with clients who have pain-areas and […] Read More »
June 27, 2019
“Agile Requirements With Karl Wiegers: What’s The Big Deal? “   Software companies are using Agile methodology and even the BAs are calling their work ‘Agile Requirements’. According to Karl Wieger, there is a huge difference between the activities for requirements on traditional and agile projects. Rather the work specified as “agile requirements” is not very conceptually different having evolved from the traditional waterfall methods. […] Read More »
June 9, 2019
Retrospectives Make Better Product Outcomes   Most product managers and coaches struggle with frustrating outcomes. The answer to such a situation lies in the retrospectives. The Retrospectives-tool is an essential of the PMs toolkit and relies on learning, transparency and exploring curiosity in a safe environment. The product retrospectives can transform product processes, improve products, and offers an opportunity for […] Read More »
March 22, 2019
Refine Your Product Backlog Continuously to Improve Flow   As you might already know, product Backlog is simply a list of everything you have to do to complete your project. It helps you find all your requirements for the product at a single source. This article discusses how we can improve the product flow by continuously refining your product backlog. The Refinement Process […] Read More »
March 14, 2019
The Tester’s Role in Requirement Exploration   An exploratory tester is an important individual in every modern agile team. This testing process varies from traditional testing with personal freedom and responsibility given to the individual tester. It is simply defined as a type of testing where the test scenarios are created by the testers on the go rather than creating in […] Read More »