For decades, project management professionals have tinkered with new methodologies. It was from some of these efforts that Scrum history first evolved. But, how does the original concept of Scrum compare to what we know now?

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What does it take to get started with the Definition of Done? This is a common question coming from new and even experienced Scrum teams. For something to be usable, we must define the quality standard our stakeholders need for a solution to be considered “usable”. If it’s not done, it’s not usable. It all…

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The development of Agile project management remains one of the most influential business trends of the 21st century, and for good reason. Agile provides numerous benefits to both teams and their parent organizations, increasing adaptability and accelerating value delivery in every effort. Still, effective implementation is no simple endeavor and requires a deep understanding of…

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