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How about Portfolio Management?

How about Portfolio Management?

4 april 2016

An organization that adopts LeSS (Large-Scale Scrum) does not need portfolio management in the form we usually know it. Organizational descaling that comes along with LeSS removes the need for project, program and portfolio management. Let’s explore in detail how that works

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An “agile” lifecycle for requirements

An “agile” lifecycle for requirements

11 december 2015

When requirements and the product are elaborated concurrently - by Rodolphe Arthaud

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Is requirements engineering still needed in agile development approaches? When every new iteration can violate previously satisfied requirements

Is requirements engineering still needed in agile development approaches? When every new iteration can violate previously satisfied requirements

22 october 2015

Written by Rodolphe Arthaud - When organizations come across agile approaches ..

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Why traceability links should be established on-the-fly rather than afterwards

Why traceability links should be established on-the-fly rather than afterwards

14 september 2015

By Rodolphe Arthaud - Establishing traceability between the requirements of two documents imposes to browse them carefully and requires a deep understanding of the related domains.

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Using metaphores

Using metaphores

23 july 2015

Have you ever felt out of inspiration for your favorite team's retrospective ? Fed up with the classical "what's good? what's bad ?" ?

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A case study: using agile method for big data analytics projects

A case study: using agile method for big data analytics projects

27 may 2015

By Stéphane Déprès - Let’s take the example of a big data analytics project to understand how Agile method can be used on these kinds of projects.

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