Τhe question is not “why things go wrong when I estimate effort?”, but rather “what can I do to make better estimations?” or, even more to the point, “what can I do to make sure that when I’m wrong, at least I’m not that wrong?”. Curious?
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If you’ve found yourself in any new development team, you probably agree that estimating the effort required to complete a task can be a headache. Can we make them right or, at least, plan to minimize their impact? Let's find out together.
Adopting agile practices is not always easy.You have to be aware of the challenges that may arise. Let's find out together how to fully confront these challenges.
Not sure if you want to turn to Kanban? Should it be Kanban or maybe you should turn to Scrum or even to a custom model? We’ve got you covered! Read this post and decide if you'll take it or leave it!
Lord Kelvin once said "if you cannot measure it, you cannot improve it". When it comes to agile, measurement should be the bread and butter of your everyday workflow. But what should we measure anyway? Let's find out together.
The question that keeps popping up in your mind is whether you should choose Kanban or Scrum. Should you choose Scrum, the well established manager - friendly way of doing things or Kanban, the new kid on the block?
Kanban is what you could call a “good old concept under a new spotlight”. Today in modern business, you will not find anyone that hasn’t at least heard about it. But what is Kanban anyway? Why is Kanban so popular? And, most importantly, how can you benefit from Kanban?