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Technical Review: A Trusted Look Under the Hood

TechEmpower - Project Management

Many CEOs of software-enabled businesses call us with a similar concern: Are we getting the right results from our software team? Most innovators don’t have a technical background, so it’s hard to evaluate the truth of the situation. The explanation from software leadership is often unsatisfying or unclear.

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Facilitating Effective Sprint Reviews

Scrum.org

In Scrum, the Sprint Review event is when the Scrum Team collaborates with stakeholders by inspecting the work that was completed during the Sprint and discussing how to move forward in a valuable way. However, in our experience, it is rare that teams get the full value that they should from their Sprint Reviews.

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53 Questions Developers Should Ask Innovators

TechEmpower - Project Management

At TechEmpower, we frequently talk to startup founders, CEOs, product leaders, and other innovators about their next big tech initiative. After all, that’s what tech innovation is all about. After all, that’s what tech innovation is all about. The innovator/developer relationship needs to be a conversation.

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The Low Code No Code Opportunity

The Strategic Project Manager

“Low code no code” refers to digitization through more efficient means – through “citizen development” It is a growing trend that shows potential for growing and evolving over the next decade and beyond. The Problem – or the “Job to be done” Programming software is complicated.

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AI as a Scrum Team Member

Scrum.org

Think of it almost as how pair programming in software development works where developers work together to develop, test and validate software development. Scrum was born out of software development and has moved well beyond to almost every type of complex product creation and management.

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Scrum Beyond Software Development

Scrum.org

I think that a lot of people are surprised to learn that Scrum is not just for software development. Most early Agile teams were software development teams. You might say that Scrum - like other Agile frameworks - 'grew up' in software development. Scrum was first presented in 1995 by Ken Schwaber and Jeff Sutherland.

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What Is Kanban? Meaning, Definitions & Best Practices

ProjectManager.com

ProjectManager is an award-winning project management software that offers kanban boards with robust features for managing tasks and workflows in any industry. Kanban is a very versatile methodology that can be used by any team that needs to manage workflows , business processes or projects.