Steps to revive a dying business – 90 day plan

Every now then, we hear many stories about companies, businesses or projects falling apart because of low sales, lack of planning, competitive market, low morale, low market share or lack of creativity. And, that is the time executives try to save the company by taking unconventional approach or hiring new people which could save a company from…Read more Steps to revive a dying business – 90 day plan

Difference between Agile, Scrum & XP

Agile It is a methodology that is used an alternative to Project Management. It can be seen as an umbrella term for  a set of methods and practices defined within a project based on core values of a company. Scrum is a subset of agile and XP is also an agile approach to focus on…Read more Difference between Agile, Scrum & XP

Hybrid Methodology for Software Implementation

Benefits of using hybrid methodologies in time-boxed, fixed cost and variable scope projects Projects in which time and cost are fixed and scope keeps changing, we need to be sure that team performs well and delivers a high-quality product on time. Senior Managers of the company needs to make sure that team uses right methodology, right practices…Read more Hybrid Methodology for Software Implementation

Project Planning in Scrum and XP

Turn your project plan to an effective plan by incorporating a few practices of Scrum & XP A well-defined roadmap creates a solid foundation for any project, and that is done by creating a project plan at the start of every project. Regardless of methodology used or recommended, planning is necessary for making any project…Read more Project Planning in Scrum and XP

‘Definition of Done’ – A complete Checklist for your project

How it is defined? A practice that lists sets criteria for various activities to be performed in a project to check if all the activities are completed. It can also be termed as a checklist of a product deliverables and a way to report the status of these deliverables due to other team members. According…Read more ‘Definition of Done’ – A complete Checklist for your project

All about burndown charts!

How burndown charts are defined? Burndown chart is a way of visually measuring a team’s progress on a daily basis to keep a project on track in order to achieve the required goal. The amount of work remaining in a project is then visible to all the team members and management. If there is any unexpected…Read more All about burndown charts!