Zoe Marmara
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What is the definition of Work in Progress
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To contribute and also help move the discussion forward, let's first start with the definition of WIP: WIP is the number of task items that a team is currently working on. When rolling out a new ...

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Can sprint backlog change while sprint is running?
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This seems to be a good discussion about the usefulness of the Sprint Goal. Let's see... why do you need the Sprint goal in the first place? First, the Sprint goal is meant to provide a roadmap, to ...

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How can a scrum master evaluate his work?
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Many Agile coaches use the Scrum Master Checklist as a self-assessment tool: What literature suggests, is to assign a score from 1 to 5 to each of the questions in the checklist and monitor your ...

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Any research of the accuracy of Story Points?
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Effort Estimation in Agile Software Development using StoryPoints gives a good overview of the story points accuracy: The cone of uncertainty is inherent to estimation. For improving the estimation ...

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How to break jobs down into subtasks in projects (i.e. an Angular-Node.JS application)?
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It is possible for you to break jobs down into multiple levels of subtasks if you use the Hierarchical Task analysis method. Hierarchical Task Analysis is a detailed examination of the tasks users ...

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In Agile project management, how do we estimate the completion date to win a contract?
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I would like to share a few comments to add to the discussion. First, a fixed contract means that the client is buying a defined set of working hours for a set price. You will typically present a ...

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What experts suggest to embrace change in an organization?
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Change within the context of project management is anything that transforms or impacts projects, tasks, processes, structures. Change management refers to the tools and processes you use to manage ...

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