Sprint retrospective

Sprint retrospective is an opportunity for the scrum team to calibrate themself. The sprint retrospective is a recurring meeting held after the sprint to know what they did well. Isn’t it simple to understand? But it took me plenty of […]

read more →

Psychological safety

If you wish a team to own higher performance then you must create psychological safety for them. As per Google and Amy Edmondson Studies are done separately they both concluded on a result that Psychological safety is the key to […]

read more →

High performing teams

Developing and sustaining a high-performing team is a task long recognized by well-established organizations. A high-performing team is a group of people as a team, organizations, or virtual groups that highly focuses on the goal, skills for obtaining superior results. […]

read more →

Agile Mindset

Agile management depends on an agile mindset. Agile Mindset is a change of attitude towards the old traditional way of leadership where we have issues like office politics and a ‘louder is smarter’ mentality. We can say, agile mindset is […]

read more →

Agile lookout for branching and merging

Branching and merging are considered key to succeed with distributed rapid development. There are various ways to adopt CI and DevOps, but most matured organizations prefer to go with branching and merging. Let’s explore branching strategies and merging strategies types […]

read more →

Phases of DevOps Lifecycle

DevOps is a practice to manage complete application development by a single team. It is the link between development and operation groups connecting it in one. DevOps lifecycle is a cycle polished by specialists of development and operation groups from […]

read more →

Hybrid Approach of Agile

Doing agile is not the goal any business pursues; the goal is to deliver the right outcomes in business with the right and accurate techniques. Every business has different needs and it’s not always proper to go socialism with the […]

read more →

Do we need daily stand-ups?

When we come to know about agile, we firstly know of daily stand-ups. Many assume that daily stand-ups are just like a day-to-day briefing of traditional methodologies. So, it’s ok if there are no stand-ups in agile. We tried to […]

read more →

How Time Boxing Helps Scrum Fixing

While we are dealing with daily details, we always go for some extra time. A similar scenario is seen in various scrum events. While carrying out scrum events some teams extend the time assuming that they haven’t covered every aspect […]

read more →

wpChatIcon
Click here for one
hour consultation