Author: Parth

Why Sprint Length is Imp?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Of all the seemingly critical questions facing a team about to plunge headlong into a Scrum implementation, this is one that should be approached with some caution: “How long should your sprint be? The original literature from 10-20 years ago often states four weeks or one month. More recent literature often states 2 weeks, some enthusiasts insist on 1 week. So how do you decide Continue Reading

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Daily Standup Meeting In an Effective Way

Reading Time: 5 minutes Standup meeting or daily standup is quite self-explanatory – it is a daily meeting where all participants stand. It allows your team to come together to update each other on their status, set priorities for the day, and get help with any roadblocks. Standing up rather than sitting encourages keeping the meeting short and to the point. Daily Scrum Meeting In an Effective Way When Continue Reading

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Things You should never say (or do) in a sprint planning

Reading Time: 3 minutes Sprint planning is the scrum event that kicks off the sprint. The purpose of sprint planning is to define what can be delivered in the sprint and how this work will be achieved. Sprint planning is done in collaboration with the entire scrum team. Many years ago, a friend of mine once said to me, “Sometimes the best way to find out what works for Continue Reading


Sprint Review: It’s Not Just A Demo

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is a sprint review? It’s a meeting for the Team to get together for a demo, or show-and-tell, at the end of a Sprint that what they done. The Scrum framework calls for the completion of product promotions that can be submitted during each run. Therefore, you should be able to show a fully functional feature, or set of features, at the end of Continue Reading

Retro with new Ideas

Reading Time: 4 minutes Agile retrospective ideas to keep your team engaged You know that exercise is important, so you always make time to get to the gym. But here’s the thing: Imagine being there, doing the same thing over and over again – and that only testing. What happens after a while? Well, not only are you bored (hey, we won’t blame you), but you also fail to Continue Reading

The Three Pillars of Empiricism (Scrum)

Reading Time: 6 minutes Scrum method is simple, easy to understand, yet complex for experienced people to understand. Scrum pillars are an important mental alignment you should do if you really want to use Agile Methodology effectively. 3 pillars of intelligent process management solutions Transparency, Inspection , and Adaptability. When it comes to improving consistency and risk management, Scrum takes a more flexible approach. The three pillars support the Continue Reading