Collaboration. Productivity. Performance.
Our team follows the Agile Scrum process to manage and track product development. Our teams reach delivery maturity with execution at speed and high quality. We conduct short daily meetings wherein the Scrum Master communicates with the team members to get a better picture of the project and trends. A group meeting is conducted every day with all the stake holders, developers, project managers to brainstorm and finalize the requirements. The team members can pick what to do and when for the given iterations. Burndown and Velocity Charts give a critical insight for real-time planning and roadmapping across multiple teams and projects.
In addition, reviewing each sprint before moving to the next one ensures that testing is done throughout the development process. This allows the Scrum teams to change the direction of the project at any stage during the development. Though budget and deadlines of the project are fixed, the project requirements can be altered.
See our DevOps to see how we ensure Quick and Thorough testing of all your releases.
Advantages of Scrum from the Client Perspective
Though the clients may not care about the project management process or methodology used by the development team, Scrum provides a definite set of benefits such as faster delivery of projects, flexibility to change requirements or priorities quickly, and efficient products and services. The results can be shaped as per the clients’ requirements. The basic idea behind Scrum is to encourage the teams to work better and deliver higher quality products.
Decoding Documentation in Agile
People usually misinterpret one of the Agile Manifesto’s declarations “Working Software over Comprehensive Documentation”. Documentation is not a profanity in Agile; all the manifesto says is to restrict it to a bare minimum and not let it become an impediment. The question arises, how to gather and document software requirements in Agile Software Development environment
How to embrace Agile practices
Bringing any change into one’s Organizational Culture is the biggest challenge any company can undertake. This change becomes even more severe for software firms shifting from Waterfall to Agile. The situation is compounded with limited understanding of Agile and Scrum. Amidst all this, finding the right strategy to successful Agile implementation becomes a big undertaking for any organization.
HOW TO CHOOSE BETWEEN SCRUM, KANBAN & SCRUMBAN
Organizations often struggle to choose between Scrum, Kanban and various other frameworks which have been evolving since last one decade. There’s no simple formula; each implementation has its own benefits and challenges. Once you understand all these benefits, you can make selections for your team and perhaps form a project management style of your own.