Reflection at the end of a sprint makes the next one better. Let's discover how to celebrate wins, discuss the losses and create momentum for the next sprint.
Getting people together is a good idea on an agile project. But 'when' and 'how' are the key factors that determine if you can keep the entire group aligned. Learn the distinction between scrums, demo, showcases and brain trust.
A sprint in agile is a two or four-week development dash. This time-boxing is a healthy constraint that keeps the project on track. Discover the three things you need to do in a sprint: plan, sprint, review.
A backlog is a foundational tool for any agile team. The backlog helps us know what is a priority and what work we should be doing now. Let's discuss how to add the right details into the backlog and ensure you're one step ahead.
Let's talk Teams. In this episode, we look at the mighty engine of all that great work that's going to happen in your brand new software or digital product. And what's most important when you think about the question, what is a good Agile Team? There is r
Today we're talking about the Scrum Master, the right-hand to the Product Owner. The scrum master in an Agile software project is a bit like the orchestrator. Standing in front of all the different media who on their own couldn't really make great songs,
The Product Owner role is the beating heart of an Agile project. From the backlog to release management - let's outline what they do and how they do it.
Jira and Confluence are essential tools for surviving in an Agile project. Learn how to use them across anything from Epics to USer Stories - and beyond.
Agile comes in over 40 different flavours. Let's travel through the spectrum of Agile methodologies and dive into Scrum - the most popular version of Agile.