People over process is at the heart of Agile. Though it might seem like a subversive approach, the philosophy behind it explains well why it’s so effective;
The development backlog is not your road-map. The road-map is a visualization of the strategic product plan, which in turn drives the [product] development backlog.
Anyone can understand agility, in life and in business alike. In this time and day, agility in business is cardinal to its success. And being a good listener is a big part of it.
There are numerous ways to launch a product, but learning how to use agile methodologies to launch products is by far the best way to increase your chances of success while eliminating waste. How to use agile methodologies to launch products was last modified: January 9th, 2020 by Graham Wood
Startup life is often a life of uncertainty, uneasiness. But it’s also a life of great excitement and achievement. What does Agile development have to do with it?
“I’ll share a video with you, Kallia”, said a brilliant colleague of mine when mentioning how happy I was about booking my ticket for the Agile Summit Greece. “It’s called ‘Agile is dead’ ”, he said.
Success. It can be an elusive beast. It can also be an obsession – just like your product. The important thing is to accept the fact that you may very well fail (and fail fast) before you succeed.
Now there’s a million dollar question for agile scrum teams if ever there was one. And we need to talk about it.