I have compiled a set of 5 questions to help you test your knowledge of Scrum. I have also provided answers to these questions but without any explanation. If you differ, you should come up with your own reasoning of why you are right. → Read the rest
Data tables are part of suite of commands that are called what-if-analysis tools. When using data tables, we are essentially performing what-if-analysis.
Data tables take sets of input values and determine possible results helping explore a set of possible outcomes. → Read the rest
Team velocity is an extremely simple method of accurately measuring the rate a Scrum teams can consistently deliver a project. It is essentially the number of user stories or product backlog items, in number of points, that the team can deliver during a sprint. → Read the rest
Data analysis is the application of tools and techniques to organise, study, conclude, and make predictions about a specific collection of information or data.
The point of data analysis is to understand information on some deeper, more meaningful level. → Read the rest
“To guarantee success of the project is to have a strong, experienced Project Manager (PM) and a strong, experienced Business Analyst (BA)”. – Barbara Carkenord
The roles of the two are closely tied, and what I have seen in many organizations, one individual plays both the roles, which at times work but most of the time doesn’t, and this is one of the reasons most of the projects do not succeed if not fail. → Read the rest
There’s an awful lot of confusion in our industry about CMMI and Agile are. Those of us who work with agile and the CMMI every day understand the difference, but there are thousands of organisations that are adopting Agile or CMMI without really knowing what they are asking for. → Read the rest