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Story points: Estimation guide for user stories in Agile

Story points are an estimation technique used in Agile project management methodologies to help your team scope the effort required to complete a task. Story points account for factors like task complexity and uncertainty, which makes them more accurate than other estimation techniques such as time-based estimation. Estimating story points may sound complicated, but we’ve got you covered—we’ve broken down the process into six simple steps.

Top Tips For Managing An Agile Software Development Team Remotely

The rise of remote and hybrid work arrangements has transformed how modern software development teams operate. With distributed DevOps and Scrum practices now the norm, effectively leading these geographically dispersed and virtual teams has become a critical skill for tech leaders.

How to build resilient teams with Agile expert Diana Larsen

Diana Larsen is an international authority in Agile software development, leadership, and transformations. She’s also the co-author of Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great, Liftoff: Start and Sustain Successful Agile Teams, and The Five Rules of Accelerated Learning. Her most recent book, Lead Without Blame, is particularly relevant now, as it addresses the crucial need for enterprises to build resilient teams in today’s increasingly competitive and challenging landscape.

Should we scale, and if so, how?: Dissecting the Scaled Agile debate

It’s been 23 years since the Agile Manifesto transformed software development. Frameworks like Scrum and Kanban and other Agile practices have allowed teams to move away from rigid, linear processes to more flexible ones that focus on delivering value to customers faster. Since then, the world of Agile has expanded in scope.

Miro Magic for Agile Coaches: Collaborate, Plan, Succeed!

Step into the dynamic world of Agile coaching with Miro and discover how this powerful tool can elevate your coaching strategies. This video is crafted for Agile Coaches looking to integrate Miro into their coaching practices, providing deep insights into how Miro can enhance collaboration, planning, and agile methodologies. From fundamental features to advanced techniques, we delve into everything you need to employ Miro effectively.

Implementing Agile team structure for enhanced team performance

Agile methodology is a word with deep resonance in the software development community that describes a set of software development principles where requirements and solutions are developed collaboratively by self-organizing and cross-functional teams. It promotes flexible reactions to change, early delivery, evolutionary development, adaptive planning, and continuous improvement.

Agile vs. Scrum vs. Kanban: Which One To Use? And When

Agile vs. Scrum vs. Kanban is the most spoken about in the inner circle of project managers. However, these three are not entirely the same, nor are they completely different. All three concepts are handy for project managers, but how are they different from each other exactly? Let’s take a closer look at Agile, Scrum, and Kanban—uncovering how these tools optimize group performance and enhance project results.

The Ultimate Guide to Agile Methodology - Everything to Know and Tips

Agile is like that friend who insists on taking the scenic route but ensures you soak in every detail along the way. It’s all about taking a large project and slicing it into bite-sized pieces, making the journey of development an iterative and enjoyable adventure.

4 ways to preserve company culture during an Agile Transformation

“Change is the only constant,” the Greek philosopher Heraclitus once said. And in today’s rapidly evolving tech landscape, this statement has never been more valid. But with change comes fear — especially when it threatens the established ways of doing things in a company. Agile transformations, though rewarding, can bring about such fears.