What is a Product Owner? What are the differences between a Product Owner and a Project Manager? Isn’t a Product Owner some kind of an Agile Project Manager? — these questions posed on the basis of comparison are very common in the context of projects in the software industry.
Before we dive into an overview of the differences between a Product Owner and a Project Project Manager, let’s start with the conclusion first, which is: The Product Owner is not an Agile Project Manager. There is some overlap between the role of Product Owner and the position of Project Manager…
Those performing the work and those inspecting the resulting increment must share a common definition of “Done”. — The Scrum Guide
Although this may vary significantly for every Scrum Team, members must have a shared understanding of what it means for work to be completed and to ensure transparency. This is the definition of ‘Done’ for the Scrum Team and it is used to assess when work is complete on the product Increment
Scrum requires participants to develop a shared understanding of the process. This is called Transparency. …
The new scrum guide was released on 18th November! Let’s see the changes on the Scrum Guide.
The Scrum Guide 2020 is available now: Change is coming to make Scrum more accessible and inclusive beyond software development.
The below points are taken from my reading of the 2020 Scrum Guide, the speeches, resources, and interviews at the launch event, which included pieces from Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber (co-creators of the Scrum Guide) as well my own experience as an agile practitioner.
The Scrum Guide Reordered is based on about 90 percent of the text of the 2017 Scrum Guide…
Since everything turned remote and online, there is no such boundary of location.
We are all familiar with turning the crisis into opportunity, right?
So, let’s try to dive into the pandemic situation in a different way. Since I called myself “Wanderluster” I had used to travel, socializing, experiencing different stuff all the time before Corona-19 and I’m still working/staying at home because of the pandemic. The existing situation (being at home) made me really bored but I nailed it, here I’ll try to explain how I managed it.
Stop anticipating when to back to normal
What is actually normal…
Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed, nothing else can be managed. -Peter Drucker
Managing time equals to managing ourselves:
Today is World Productivity Day. To some, productivity means accomplishing as much as you can as efficiently as possible in terms of time, money, resources, or people.
Productivity is getting important things done consistently. Being productive is about maintaining a steady, average speed on a few things, not maximum speed on everything.
I think the most important thing is to manage your to-do list, so today I’d like to share the tools to plan your day and time I really like.
Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning…
I face a new challenge is that to have done my homework which is really tough for me to overcome in a week. Then I started to think about why am I delaying it over and over again. Then after some researches, I found myself writing a blog here with the topic. Let’s face it together now not later!
When faced with a big challenge where potential failures seem to lurk at every corner, maybe you heard this advice before: “Be more confident.”
And most likely, this is what you think when you hear it: “If only it were…
Become a better version of the person you were..
When you force thought you don't usually get your best thought.
It’s in those moments and that’s why when you’re in the shower, not even thinking about something, we have our best ideas or when you fall asleep not even thinking about something we have our best ideas. This is a way to engineers that space for tapping into your genius every single day morning so that you bring those your ideas and that clarity into your day. That’s one-way meditation, not to remove thoughts, you can and sometimes I’ll sometimes…
Before diving in DevOps which is the next step, I’d like to mention some keywords to warm you up.
History of Agile Manifesto, On February 11–13, 2001, at The Lodge at Snowbird ski resort in the Wasatch mountains of Utah, seventeen people met. What emerged was the Agile ‘Software Development’ Manifesto. Representatives from Extreme Programming, SCRUM, DSDM, Adaptive Software Development, Crystal, Feature-Driven Development, Pragmatic Programming, and others sympathetic to the need for an alternative to documentation driven, heavyweight software development processes convened.
Ultimately, Agile is a mindset informed by the values contained in the Agile Manifesto and the 12 Principles…
Scrum is an agile way of developing software or any project.
Scrum is a framework for developing, delivering, and sustaining complex products. Actually scrum is more of a framework than a methodology or process.
Scrum is a framework within which people can address complex adaptive problems, while productively and creatively delivering products of the highest possible value.
Scrum Master, Wanderluster, texting about business, wellness, productivity, travel, software development, and 20’s life.