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Agile Methodology

The Agile Manifesto: What Is It and Who Wrote It?

The Agile movement is continuing to gain traction in companies around the world, and it’s easy to see why — it provides real, actionable answers to quickly address an organization’s specific needs and goals. If you want to level-up in… Continue Reading →

3 Methods of Scaling Agile for Enterprise Teams

The Agile Methodology is an awesome way to become more efficient as a team. But, as with any new business process, scaling Agile for Enterprise Teams, or across an entire organization, can be challenging. Luckily, Agile has several ideologies that… Continue Reading →

Using the Agile Methodology with Human Resources

Agile used to be just for software developers, but when their method spread and people heard how well it was working, more industries and teams started adopting the Agile framework. The Human Resources department (or HR for short) takes on… Continue Reading →

5 Best Practices for Running a Daily Standup Meeting

If your Agile team uses the Scrum methodology, you are probably already practicing Daily Standup meetings (or Daily Scrum meetings). These meetings are an essential part of Scrum that should be done to keep the process on track. What is… Continue Reading →

Which Form of Agile is Best for Your Team? 7 Common Methods of Agile

Agile — it’s a common term in the business world, and it involves many different methodologies that can cater to any kind of team. But, if you aren’t familiar with the process, it can be intimidating, especially when it comes… Continue Reading →

How Agile are You? Defining and Becoming Agile

By definition, the word Agile means the “ability to move with quick, easy grace” (Source). While this is how most of us would define Agile, the term has grown over the years to have a much more diverse, broad meaning… Continue Reading →

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