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Scrum: Testing getting done by the end of the Sprint / Or not

The question of testing tasks and Scrum is one of the questions that keeps on popping up at regular intervals. Teams that are initiating Scrum as their development process, or those that are running in a situation where there is a lot of focus on development tasks and less so on testing tasks have a […]

Seeking a balance between too much email and not providing enough information – Part 1

One of the biggest challenges we have faced during the course of our work on a recent version of the product was related to email communication, especially in terms of maintaining the balance between the need to have enough information to all the members of a particular feature team, and ensuring that the amount of […]

Getting the team to be the drivers of a post mortem – getting more importance

For a number of years, we used to follow the policy of ensuring that we do a post-mortem at the end of the project, and ensuring that points raised by team members are tracked, and then required changes implemented. In the interest of time, the way that we would go about the post-mortem was to […]

Deciding the big set of features when planning a new version of a software

When planning a new version of a software product, the initial timeframe is very critical for determining the future of that version. It is a time which requires a great product manager, and I have seen cases where a weak or a so-so Product Manager can screw up the entire release of the software product. […]