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How to Kanban?

What is Kanban? Kanban is a popular framework used to implement agile software development. It requires transparency of work. Work items are represented visually on a kanban board, allowing team members to see the state of every piece of work at any time.

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Agile & Its Myths

What is Agile? Delivering minimum shippable product in small increments instead of trying to deliver it all at a once. Its time boxed approach where software is build incrementally.

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Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” Famously proclaimed by Peter Drucker popularized by Mark Fields, the president of Ford Motor Company What is that first things that comes in your mind when you hear this quote? Well when I read this quote in one of the training sessions I attended, I realized how true it is, to change and to have a shift in mindset.

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Agile Testing

From last few years we are hearing a term called "Agile", and in my first write I did mention the terminology Agile - Delivering minimum shippable product in small increments instead of trying to deliver it all at a once. It is a time boxed approach where software is built incrementally. " Now when all the organizations’ moving towards Agile, people in different roles started to fear about their roles.

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Growing Agile Teams

Resistance to change is inevitable part of human nature! But Agile Manifesto preaches, Embrace change. Not only our clients but we as individuals also want change, lets call it good change, without having to really make an effort towards it. Accepting change in Agile, is only possible when we write "good quality" code, improve throughput, or work towards Kaizen and of course a mindset which says, let me try this wacky thing!! Trying new things, working on changing requirements needs upgrading skills or GROWing teams.

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Rules to Inspect and Adapt

How do we learn in agile? Well this is a question agile and Kanban Feedback loops force you to ask yourself and your team member every 2-3 weeks for teams and every 6-9 weeks for programs. This not only helps you and your team retrospect what went good but also an opportunity to think, what could be done better. Inspect and Adapt also means - instead of planning everything upfront, and following a Big Upfront Design , but we as team reflect on current project situation and change actions accordingly.

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7 Major Problems ERP Resolves

Are you confused if you need an ERP system or not? ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) system can resolve your many major business problems at organizational level.

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Tips to Get More out of your ERP

Are you getting everything you can out of your ERP System? Use these ERP tips to kickstart your Business and improve workflow.

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