Sprint planning is an event where lots of things can go wrong. From giving the reign to the project owner to wasting the whole day on a meeting that leads nowhere, sprints are tricky to plan
As each product increment is built, the end of the iteration provides an opportunity for learning. That learning happens through customer feedback, which is incredibly important. You might think
Well, it’s not a mystery – the evidence is clear! The many benefits of adopting agile are compelling and strategies that help organizations achieve those benefits are well understood.
The world of Agile is transforming before our eyes. These 3 trends have had a serious impact on the agile method this year.
This blog is a summary of the article New Techniques Business Analysts Will Need to Leverage Post-Pandemic from the July issue of IIBA’s members e-magazine BA Lens.
As much as we like to think we are now in a dynamic and agile world, most delivery initiatives are still some shades of agile and all shades of waterfall. These initiatives could have adopted an
Agile shifts how business analysis is done, but it doesn’t change the fact that business analysis needs to be done. Our research has shown the direct relationship that requirements have with the
Agile consists of MVP releases which continuously improve on their ability to satisfy. For example, the team will work to release the minimum required to transport the user from point A to B
As we kick off a new year and a new decade, we look at the role of the BA and the skill sets you need to remain marketable and hirable, as well we look at evolving BA roles in the marketplace.
So, you’ve gone Agile. You do daily scrums, retrospectives, and all the “right” Agile ceremonies. But still, your organization isn’t quite convinced that Agile is the answer. And while you