Amanda Stockwell explains Design Thinking, Lean UX, and Agile, and how to implement elements of each for your team. Each approach is meant to solve a particular problem, and elements of each may be useful, so you’ll have to find what works for your team.
Having the best developers and designers on the planet is no good if they aren't on the same page. David has the tools to help you fit them together.
Zan Kavtaskin simulates Waterfall, Kanban, and Scrum project management methodologies, and looks at the impact of 'slack'.
In this article, you will learn about Scrum Rituals. Each ritual is a face-to-face gathering in real time, which takes people away from the work they’re doing, and offers them the opportunity to have targeted communication with each other about the context of that work.
In this article, you will learn why you shoul choose scrum for web and mobile developement. Scrum offers a team-based approach to project work that allows a product development process to benefit from iterative self-reflection.
You've heard of the Kanban methodology, but why should you use it over more popular software development approaches like SCRUM? Sergey Laptick explains.
Tim Evko explores the history of agile and explains how and why you should make the process a central part of your development workflow.