Ability to Innovate

Ability to Innovate Reloaded

As the title might suggest the latest release brings a new perspective to an already existing Ability to Innovate (A2I) Key Value Area, hence – reloaded. We worked hard through several cycles in pursuit of our mission bringing Agile Tools… Continue Reading →

How well is your Product Backlog maintained?

According to Scrum Guide the Product Backlog is defined as an ordered list of everything that is known to be needed in the product. It is the single source of requirements for any changes to be made to the product…. Continue Reading →

Team stability

Let me start with a statement – based on my 20+ years of experience: The Team is like a nuclear reactor – it can create enormous power output resulting in god-like outcome – electricity in every home! Or, it can… Continue Reading →

Ability to Innovate

The Agile Tools service is currently focusing on organizations producing software, so the context of innovation is set around digital products and services. There are so many factors influencing the success or failure to produce new innovative services that it… Continue Reading →

Ability to prioritize

Owning and maintaining a Product Backlog comes with quite some responsibility. If you are a Product Owner then you are familiar with day-to-day decisions about the content and the order of the work. Which User Story is more valuable for… Continue Reading →

Releasable Product Increments?

One of the expectations of implementing Scrum is the ability to create potentially releasable increments in every iteration. This implies testing User Stories in the same Sprint as they are being developed. Scrum has changed our approach not only in… Continue Reading →