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CHOW #22– Firefighters cry for help

Nitin is a director in a large company responsible for many applications. Business is highly demanding in requests for changes in response to market feedback as well as to test their ideas. Nitin’s teams have started following agile from the last couple of years...
CHOW #21- How to show visible improvement in Agile?

CHOW #21- How to show visible improvement in Agile?

Jessica started a project as scrum master with a team of 9 members that include 6 developers, 1 business analyst and 2 quality analysts. The team runs bi-weely sprints. At the end of 8th sprint, she had a review meeting with Mithali, her Delivery Manager. Mithali...
Product Visioning – 5 steps to scoping software projects

Product Visioning – 5 steps to scoping software projects

Scoping is always an important and challenging activity in software development. Irrespective of whether we are scoping a product’s particular version or project’s specific release, we could use a set of steps to arrive at an MVP, Minimum Viable Product,...

CHOW #20 – How do I handle the bottomless (scope) pit in Agile?

Krithiga is the development manager for a functional unit in Financial services organization. She’s responsible for two scrum teams from the India development centre. Within the functional unit another scrum team works from the US. Till end of last year,...