What managers, directors and executives need to know when transitioning from Waterfall to Agile, including two essential frameworks to initiate and guide the transition.
Shipping a product nobody buys is the ultimate failure for a Product Owner. Design Thinking employs empathy and experimentation to help you develop the right product for the right market at the right time.
Agile transformation often requires Business Analysts to become Product Owners. This essay explores the differences in the two roles and provides two frameworks you can use to make the transition.
The framework Six Thinking Hats (6TH) can hone your Agile Leadership planning skills and improve your Agile adoption. Find out how it works and download a complete walkthrough of a retrospective using our Six Thinking Hats Technique Framework.
Release planning requires more than dates on a calendar. You need a strong Product Backlog as well as a shared Product Vision. In this how-to guide we provide a comprehensive review of the process and helpful frameworks to get the job done.
Many Development Teams do not have the communication “muscles” to effectively speak to Stakeholders directly during Sprint Demos. We provide suggestions and a framework to strengthen the Development Team’s ability to make their Sprint Demos awesome.
Collaborative cost cutting leads to better long term decisions by incorporating information executives can’t easily access. Our experts provide three frameworks to prioritize objectives and investments.