You have certainly heard of “agile methods” or “the agile method”. Far from being merely an umpteenth trend, agility is another type of project management method you can opt for. Unlike traditional approaches which are based on rigid, predictive and sequential processes, agile methods are client-centric and promote short but regular delivery cycles. Here’s an introduction to agile methods and particularly to Scrum.
The basics of agility: understanding its fundamentals
- How to start the agile journey?
- Becoming an agile enterprise
- 5 tips to ease the adoption of a new agile tool
- Understanding Agile Scrum in 10 mins
- Agile tools: Scrum planning, burnup, burndown
- Tips and tools to be a “good” Scrum Master
- The best scrum tools’ features
- The Product Owner’s role and responsibilities
- The importance of Product Vision in Scrum
- Agile project management vs Scrum: what’s the difference?
- Demo video of Scrum
Improve your project management
Project management can be even more challenging if you don’t use the appropriate software and tools to centralize all your work: relying on a set of good practices and tools will definitely enable you to improve monitoring and decision-making in due time, among others.
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Deploy agility at enterprise scale
How do you manage to align each agile team with the overall business strategy?
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Start your agile digital transformation
Turn your software into a competitive advantage: go for an agile digital transformation throughout your enterprise and succeed in meeting all your customers’ needs in a fast-moving and increasingly competitive market.
Here’s some useful contents to learn more about the agile digital transformation and its benefits.
Bring efficiency to your projects with an ALM tool
Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) is the comprehensive process of managing software lifecycle by providing teams with the set of tools and resources they need. Here’s some more details about Application Lifecycle Management (ALM).
The advantages of Open Source software
Open Source software have gradually become as much reliable, qualitative and secured as proprietary solutions, and they constitute now an integral part of most of the applications we use on a daily basis… but we don’t even know it!
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