Doing Agile Vs Being Agile

Reading Time: 4 minutes Doing Agile can be achieved overnight, Being Agile is a journey. To use sport as an analogy, anybody can pick up a swim float, or a swimming costume and begin swimming. However to come to be a swimmer one ought to undertake the swimmer ideas (take rest days, strokes schooling in addition to underwater breath patience, etc.) and values (area, perseverance, never giving up, etc.) 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

What are spikes in scrum and how to use spike scrum?

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is spike in scrum? Spike is nothing but an experiment that provides the developers to evaluate the functional increment. spike story will not deliver any business value in the current sprint , however it will help business delivery in the coming sprint . A Spike is created when the team does not know all the details and need to investigate or explore . The Continue Reading

Top Skills of a Scrum Master

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello everyone, I know for a beginner it used to very difficult to understand what are skills a person should have to become a Scrum Master. In this blog, I am going to discuss the top skills of the Scrum Master. Before moving to know the top skills of Scrum Master we should know who is Scrum Master? Who is a scrum master? Scrum Master Continue Reading

Difference between Product Owner and Product Manager

Reading Time: 4 minutes Scrum is a powerful and lightweight agile framework mainly used for implementing various iterative and incremental projects. Transitioning to scrum brings in quite a lot of new job roles that seem quite confusing when compared to traditional job roles. The product owner and product manager are the two among various job roles. Product owners and product managers tend to work towards the same goals and Continue Reading

MoSCoW Method: How to Make the Best of Prioritization

Reading Time: 2 minutes As a rule, the daily routine includes a bunch of tasks. Ideally, we’ll have enough time and energy to cover all of them – but it just might happen that the number of tasks is immense and the resources available are not in abundance. That’s where prioritization comes in. MoSCoW technique makes the best of prioritization which helps to prioritise tasks based on their value Continue Reading

How to fail as an Agile Coach

Reading Time: 5 minutes Scrum defines three specific accountabilities within the Scrum Team: the Developers, the Product Owner, and the Scrum Master. — Scrum Guide 2020 When it comes to the Scrum framework, these three roles with their liability are the minimum required to deliver a potentially “done” Increment. The fact that Scrum doesn’t define other roles/positions/functions doesn’t rule out the fact that their liability isn’t valuable. A Scrum Continue Reading

Interesting ideas for team building activities

Reading Time: 4 minutes Introduction Increasingly businesses are moving towards team building activities with remote workers scattered all over the globe. It is important to build relationships, improve communication, and boost employee morale. Thus, Virtual team building is the process of engaging remote teams in an online platform to deepen bonds within the team.Team building activities can be sharing of images, playing quizzes, or many other fun activities. The Continue Reading

The Three Scrum Artifacts

Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction Scrum artifacts are points that a scrum team and stakeholders use to explain the product in detail. This helps to develop the product and perform actions while working on the project. The three common and most used agile scrum artifacts are product backlog, sprint backlog, and increments. A Small background of scrum Scrum is a framework which consists of rules, roles, events, and artifacts Continue Reading

How to become a Successful Project Manager

Reading Time: 4 minutes A project manager is more than a title, there is a person who holds this position. A project manager’s personal attributes which include the addition of numerous soft and hard talents play an important influence in their performance. Every project manager understands the importance of completing projects on time and on budget. Good project managers also go to great lengths to ensure that project criteria Continue Reading

Daily Scrum Meetings – A Waste of Time?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Daily Scrum meeting is a waste of time? People hate it.  Yes, you heard it right. And in fact, I’m totally in favor of the above statement. Daily scrum meetings are a pure waste of time if the “Scrum Team” doesn’t know how to run it.  I have interviewed people to get an understanding of their thoughts on what they think about DSM. Mostly the Continue Reading

Why is Project management important in corporation?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Purpose of project management The purpose of project management is to plan and manage project to complete all the goals and deliverables in specific period of time. It involves identifying risks and managing risks, resource management, budget handling, and direct communication across multiple teams and stakeholders. Project management is truly important to clear the vision for what the project aims to accomplish and plan to Continue Reading

The best UI/UX design tools in 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is UI/UX? Consider any web or mobile application you’ve used recently, you would probably notice two things: User Interface (UI): UI is the one part of the user experience, it’s one of the touch points that the customer interfaces with, it is what they see and it is what they feel, touch, click, talk to, on their devices. UI is a point at which Continue Reading