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Become a Product Owner

The Product Owner acts as the voice of the Customer and they are accountable for delivering Value to the Business. 

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Become a Scrum Master

The Scrum Master is accountable for removing impediments, enabling the Development Team to focus on delivering the Product Goals and deliverable's.

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Become a Scrum Developer

The Development Team is responsible for developing the product. They work on the product requirements defined in the form of User Stories

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Minimum Viable Product in Agile Projects

The Lean Startup philosophy of the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) relates directly to the Fundamentals of Agile Development. In this rapidly changing world, getting a Product to Market as swiftly as possible has become a priority. Speed is not just to beat the competition, but also to keep up with digital disruption. The Product has…

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Agile or Waterfall Development – Which is Best?

Which is better for you, Agile or Waterfall? Lets have a look at a very simple step by step guide to help you choose the appropriate Product Development approach between Agile and Traditional Product Development. Make no mistake, the answer to the core question of which approach is much better for you is not a…

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Delivering Value with the Agile Manifesto

How can the Agile Manifesto be used for Delivering Value? In February 2001, seventeen IT experts got together to draft the Agile Manifesto. The set of four Values and twelve Principles revealed in the Manifesto are the Drivers of all Agile practices. In some cases we forget this when we are in the middle of…

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Customer Satisfaction And the Agile Principles

How do the Agile Principles support Customer Satisfaction? When the Agile Manifesto was drawn up in 2001, it embodied Four Values and Twelve Principles. These values and principles signalled a brand-new technique to Software Development. The first, and essential Principle states:-. “Our Highest Priority Is To Satisfy The Customer Through Early And Continuous Delivery Of…

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Value Driven Delivery in Agile Scrum Projects

How is Value Driven Delivery achieved in Agile Scrum Projects? Traditional Projects’ are Delivered according to a Plan. For the Development of something that is predictable, there may be a few unknowns but the outcome is generally predictable. The project can be based upon previous Projects. However, when it comes to Software Development there is…

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Delivering Business Value Within Scrum Projects

When delivering business value, let us consider what would make a Product Valuable in the eyes of the Stakeholder. It must meet their expectations, and secondly, and equally as essential, it should be a Quality Product. While all Agile Frameworks are geared towards developing Value for business, Scrum is strongly oriented towards developing Business Value.…

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Benefits Realisation within Scrum Projects

This short article will take a look at Benefits Realisation. The alternative methods to Measure Benefits within a Scrum Project will also be discussed. First we would like to briefly go over the Benefits Management Process. Benefits Realisation – When should the Expected Benefits be Defined? The discipline of Benefits Realisation Management (BRM) is relatively…

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Return on Investment in Scrum Project Management

Return on Investment (ROI) is a Measurement that is essential to Stakeholders. They have taken a Risk by investing money in a Project or Venture. They want to know that they should get their money back. Ideally they will achieve added Growth and Revenue on their investment. Return on Investment normally has a different time…

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Change Management in Scrum Projects

When we speak about Change Management in connection with Scrum, there are lots of classifications of Change. In an Agile Environment, practically everything is in a state of flux. Here are some of the Changes that can be expected in any Project:-. a Change in Team Dynamics and Maturity. an improvement in Processes and activities…

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Net Present Value in Scrum Projects

A characteristic of Agile Development is the Continuous Delivery of Value which can be measured through Net Present Value. In fact, this is expressed in the First Principle of the Agile Manifesto:- ” Our Highest Priority Is To Satisfy The Customer Through Early And Continuous Delivery Of Valuable Software”. In order to make sure that…

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