This Scrum primer for Product Owners covers Scrum’s history, theory, roles, rules and tools. It shows how Scrum fits with Agile and how and why it works.
Find out what GS1 NZ and Boost learnt in a two week race to build mobile apps for both iOS and Android phones using iBeacon technology and Agile processes.
Learn how team happiness issues can be identified and fixed with in-house retrospectives for teams, and how retrospectives can improve teams.
Find out what we learnt running our first Google design sprint: what worked well, where we got it wrong, and what that means for your sprints.
The Google design sprint is a structured 5-day process for answering big business questions by designing, prototyping and testing solutions.
You’ve just finished user story mapping for your Agile Project Kick-off. Your next step is to prioritise user stories. Find out how and why.
This Pragmatic Personas Template lets you turn existing customer insights into memorable characters that your team can design the product for.
Are you a Product Owner wondering how to get the best from your development team? Find out what gets developers humming.
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