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How To Prioritise Quickly And Intuitively

If you’re in a situation where prioritisation is straightforward and you have a single decisive product owner, you probably need to read no further. If, however, prioritisation is difficult in your situation – maybe because you have several products or product owners with conflicting priorities, or maybe because your requirements can be complex and benefits rather intangible – this is

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The Beauty of NOT Doing Agile Development…

The beauty of NOT doing agile development… is that failure comes as a complete surprise, instead of being preceeded by months of worry! Often in traditional development projects, everything seems to be going so well, right up to 80% completion or perhaps even later. Then things start getting harder… Things start looking less and less likely to meet the planned

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Agile Development: No Sprint Is An Island!

One of the key agile principles is about fixing timescales and varying scope. In DSDM (Dynamic Systems Development Methodology) these iterations are called Timeboxes; in Scrum agile management practice they are called Sprints. For Business-As-Usual (BAU) changes to existing products, one Sprint may equal a release of the product. However for projects it’s more than likely multiple Sprints will be

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How Can I Be Sure My Agile Project Will Deliver On Time?

In agile development the timescale is fixed. So one thing you can be absolutely sure about, is that it’ll deliver on time! The question in agile development is the other way up – how can I be sure enough features will be delivered to achieve the objectives and realise the benefits? And the truth is, that’s still a really tough

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Agile Management Made Easy!

All About Agile

By Kelly Waters

“’Agile’ is one of the biggest buzzwords of the last decade. Agile methods often come across as rather more complicated than they really are. This book is an attempt to unravel that complexity. To simplify the concepts. This book breaks the concepts into small bite-sized pieces that are easy to understand and easy to implement and delivers the message in a friendly and conversational style. Allaboutagile.com is one of the most popular blogs about agile on the web. ”

Kelly Waters

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Emma Hopkinson-Spark

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