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Agile developers like to focus on what’s most important to them, and that’s coding. You’ll almost always get pushback when asking the agile development team to stop doing what they like so they can switch to another application to provide updates. I have a viable solution to make both sides happy. Continue reading
Templates aren’t just for Product Owners. Teams can also copy tasks and tests from templates during sprint planning to cut down on missing tasks and manual entry. It’s sort of a checklist to make sure you’ve addressed the key work necessary, but can still add unique tasks when appropriate. Continue reading
VersionOne provides teams a central place to track issues at a Project and Team level. This allows teams, no matter how distributed, to collaborate closely on those things that are keeping the project from moving forward. This blog is all about five clever and handy ways that any team could use issues. Continue reading
Did you know that we offer live VersionOne product demos twice a week? These hour-long demonstrations are a great way to get up to speed on VersionOne. But don’t get me wrong… our product demos are not for everyone. To help you figure out where you stand, I’ve put together these 5 Signs That a VersionOne Product Demo is NOT right for you. Continue reading
In the 2nd part of this Retrospectives series, we take a look at VersionOne’s ability to capture important information from one of the most important events of Agile. Continue reading
I noticed a common theme during the Agile 2011 Conference. While helping to work the VersionOne booth in my official role as part of the illustrious booth babe team, there were many compliments on the new UI, inquiries about coveted … Continue reading
The Spring Release will be out in a few weeks. The new Taskboard is looking good!
What’s the difference between teams and member groups? Test your knowledge with the scenarios below by choosing teams or member groups for each one. 1. You have a single team working on multiple projects. They would like to be able … Continue reading
How does your team determine the right amount of work in the sprint? Is that approach working in your given situation? In this video post, I explore the various ways that a team can reflect on their sprint plan before … Continue reading