Agile

Transitioning from a BA to a PM

If you are a business analyst (BA), you might have considered becoming a project manager (PM) at least once. Well if you are still thinking about it, you are in the right place. I have been in your shoes and have successfully transitioned to a Project Management role. Though it is not the only way […]

July 8, 2022

Agile, Cloud, DevOps

8 Important features on Azure DevOps

There are many factors which are important when choosing the proper service provider which is needed for hosting developer work. Azure DevOps is a tool which allows teams to plan their work, and host their code sets along with the deployment of their applications. This tool brings together the developers, project managers & other team […]

June 22, 2022

Agile, Covid 19, Digital Transformation

Remote Agile

Odds are that you are reading this from the comfort of your homes, instead of the office. Ever since the coronavirus struck the world, organizations across the world have embraced the work from home option. The fact that despite things returning to normal, a lot of organizations continue to work remotely, drops a hint on […]

by angana
May 18, 2022

Agile

Business Analysis Core Concept Model (BACCM)

Business Analysis Core Concept Model or BACCM because let’s be honest the full form is quite a mouthful sounds a bit intimidating at first but it is actually quite easy to understand and is a foundational model for all business analysts. BACCM is a conceptual framework outlined in the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge Guide […]

March 26, 2022

Agile, Manual Testing, Testing

How To Write A Better Bug Report

Bug Reporting is a very major & important part of the software testing. In Software Testing, Bug reporting is referred as the reporting of issues observed by the tester to the developer so that it should be fixed at the earliest. The bug report comes into picture when the QA’s completes the test cases execution […]

March 23, 2022

Agile

Breaking the Myths – Scrum equals Agile?

Having interacted with a lot of people across organizations, projects, and domains, there is a common misconception that floats – We are doing Agile, when what they actually mean is we are doing Scrum (following scrum methodology). Scrum is a lightweight framework that helps people, teams and organizations generate value through adaptive solutions for complex […]

March 10, 2022

Agile

Sprint Zero & Why you should NOT refer to it

What is a Sprint As described in the Scrum Guide, Sprints are the heartbeat of Scrum, where ideas are turned into value. They are fixed length events of one month or less to create consistency. A new Sprint starts immediately after the conclusion of the previous Sprint. As a best practice, Sprint should include: Sprint […]

January 22, 2022

Agile, Software development

Product Backlog and Refinement

Backlog, Backlog, Backlog… One of the key artifacts of Agile / Scrum is the idea of backlogs. Now it can be a Product Backlog at product level or a Sprint Backlog at sprint level. But it is one of the most used terms while working in an agile method. The Product Backlog is essentially a […]

December 23, 2021

Agile

Myth: The Product Owner Exclusively Maintains the Product Backlog

What is a Product Backlog? Product backlog consists of desired product functionalities that provide a centralized and shared understanding of what to build and the order in which to build it. Consider it as a medium of creating transparency and roadmap across the board. The Product Backlog contains Product Backlog Items or PBIs which usually […]

December 22, 2021