Category: Agile and Scrum

Scrum at Scale and business agility

Scrum at Scale Does one size really fit all?  Experience tells us that this is hardly the case, which is why Scrum at Scale is built with flexibility and customizability in mind.  From Fortune 100 companies to start-ups, Scrum at Scale transforms organizations into Agile enterprises.  The Scrum at Scale framework is the brainchild of Dr. Jeff Sutherland, the co-creator...

How to scale scrum for agile teams

Introduction One of the hottest questions these days, whether online or in the boardroom, is “How does the organization become more ‘agile’?” As the discussion evolves, it leads to, “How do we scale agility from one team to multiple, or should we?” Scrum is the most common agile way that teams work leads to the question of, “How do we...

How to Estimate Story Points in Agile

It’s very crucial to do Agile Estimation at different Levels and proper planning is required, management and estimating the total effort that we are going to implementing, testing, delivering the desired product to the Customer in terms of time specified deadline within it. With huge estimations in an agile project, there may be no proper planning, management, which leads to...

Scrum will change your organization!

Introduction Scrum can help a lot in making your production seamless and organized. Using Scrum, you will be able to give your clients the best kinds of products which can make them be faithful to your brand. When delivering a Professional Scrum Master training or helping clients creating awesome products with Scrum, some people ask me how to adapt Scrum...

The Software Project Manager’s Bridge to Agility

Introduction When software development teams move to agile methods, experienced project managers often struggle—doubtful about the new approach and uncertain about their new roles and responsibilities. The software project manager’s bridge to agility. Two long-time certified Project Management Professionals and Scrum trainers have built a bridge to this dynamic new paradigm. They show experienced project managers how to successfully change...

All About PDUs vs SEUs of Scrum.org Courses

PDUs vs SEUs of Scrum.org PROFESSIONAL SCRUM PRODUCT OWNER (PSPO) The Professional Scrum Product Owner (PSPO) course is an intensive two-day training program on how to capitalize on software products and systems. The course is aimed to help participants minimize the total cost of ownership of their products and systems that would greatly benefit the organization. Professional Development Units (PDUs)...

All About PDUs VS SEUs of Scrum Alliance Courses

PDUs PDUs are Professional Development Units, necessary for maintaining the Project Management Institute (PMI)-certified credentials. They are a part of PMI’s Continuing Certification Requirements (CCR) program. One PDU is worth one hour of project management training, though there are some exceptions to this rule. PMPs and other PMI credential holders can claim PDUs by visiting PMI’s web site. After logging...

Train to Become A Blockchain Developer

What is Bitcoin? According to the whitepaper, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system which allows in online payments transaction to be sent directly between one party to another without going through a financial institution. In year 2008 financial crisis caused a lot of member to lose trust in banking systems as trusted third parties. Bitcoin made a digital transaction...

All about “PDUs Vs SEUs” Also known as SCRUM CREDITS

Introduction PDUs (Professional Development Units) are related to the Project Management Institute. SEUs (Scrum Education Units) are related to the Scrum Alliance. Both are a way of tracking continuing education in order to maintain certifications or achieve from these organizations. SEUs and PDUs guarantee that you are keeping up with ongoing education in the field to stay and grow relevant,...

Which Agile tool is best for my organization?

Agile has become the default framework in the fields of IT and Software Development. The ability to deliver a product on time and within a certain budget even when the customer needs requirements are changing on demands along the way is the primary motivation for many to embrace Agile project management tools. This is because utilizing these tools, Project managers...