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Estimating the total cost of Agile projects

Estimating the total cost of Agile projects Questions about how to estimate the total cost of Agile projects are questions about how to do fixed-price, fixed-scope contracts. Fixed-price, fixed-scope contracts are adversarial and often mutually disadvantageous, so I wouldn’t encourage

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SCRUM | There are three artifacts

There are three artifacts in Scrum, The Product Backlog, the Sprint Backlog and the Burndown  Chart The Product Backlog is a list for all the requirements. These are high level user stories that features descriptions, all of which have business

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SCRUM | 3 essential roles

There is three essential roles for scrum to work successfully As discussed in my previous post “Introduction to SCRUM” the scrum team has a different composition than a traditional waterfall project, which include three specific roles: product owner, scrum master,

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Introduction to SCRUM

“SCRUM”, is not a French word or the latest Scratch Back App but instead it is one of the smartest tool in our Magnificent11 BA Tool box. Scrum is an Agile framework for completing complex projects. Scrum originally was formalized for

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