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Kanban vs. Scrum: Which One and Why?

By Suze Treacy on Jul 23, 2019 1:48:00 PM

Are you looking for ways to make your work more flexible and efficient, but feeling late to the Agile transformation party? Well, fear not! It's OK to be fashionably late to this Agile shindig!

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What’s the Difference? Agile Coach vs Agile Consultant

By Martin Spears on Jul 9, 2019 12:17:00 PM

Agile has become quite the buzz word within the software development community. Some of the most successful software companies are known for how Agile they are and how often they can release code in production. However, before becoming Agile in software development, these companies first embraced and implemented the Agile framework across the entire organization–not just with the technology team, but with HR, Finance, Biz Dev, Legal, etc. And this isn't something that they accomplished overnight. 

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4 Ways Corporate Transparency Leads to Healthy and Successful Companies

By Esme Huber on Jun 18, 2019 6:19:00 PM

Is transparency a goal worth striving for in an organization? A lot of emphasis is placed on competitiveness and innovation, the twin motors that keep a company on the leading edge of their field. But how does transparency fit as a corporate value worth striving for? And ultimately, can we leverage technology to institute and cultivate transparency within an organization?

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3 Ways Atlassian Tools Help You Avoid Common DevOps Mistakes

By Morgan Folsom on Jun 4, 2019 11:42:00 AM

Using Atlassian tools for your DevOps endeavor sets your teams up for success. While there are many challenges in a new DevOps implementation, the tools you use don't have to be one. A quick search will show you that there are many ways to fail at DevOps - it requires massive organizational change and lots of moving pieces to function, so getting started can be tough. It might be a painful process to initiate, but as we've seen, it's absolutely worth it. With that in mind, while you focus on the big questions (Like how in the world can I deploy daily/weekly/hourly?), the Atlassian stack helps you out in some ways you may not have even considered. With one (or all) of these questions out of the way, you can get back to focusing on what matters: the people and processes that you're revolutionizing.

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Why co-terming Atlassian licenses is important

By Jessica Ellis on May 21, 2019 5:31:00 PM

Do you find yourself renewing your Atlassian licenses every month? How much time is spent on each cycle? Do your licenses expire because there are too many expiration dates to keep track of?

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3 Simple Tips for a Successful Atlassian Confluence Migration

By Bryan Robison on May 7, 2019 10:39:00 AM

It’s no surprise that Atlassian Confluence has become a mission critical application for your customers and support teams alike. You may find yourself in one of these scenarios:

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Project Cost Accounting in Agile: Balancing Tradition and Innovation | Part 3 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Apr 16, 2019 10:33:00 AM

Third of Three

This is the third (and last) of a three series blog. Our lesson began where you learned that the Secret of Project Cost Accounting in Agile is Nothing. Then we reminded you to Never Forget Where You Came From and in this blog, we show you how to balance tradition and innovation.

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Our Latest Methodology Obsession: The Bullet Journal

By Praecipio Consulting on Apr 9, 2019 1:48:00 PM

Despite screens, tablets, and monitors -  life as we know it doesn’t revolve entirely around digital. Here at Praecipio Consulting, we found a way to effectively manage our analog and digital life - Meet The Bullet Journal.

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Project Cost Accounting in Agile | Part 2 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Apr 5, 2019 12:00:00 PM

Second of Three

This is the second of a three series blog. When we last left our intrepid writer, we learned that the secret of Project Cost Accounting in Agile is Nothing. Fixed Teams means Fixed Costs. Fixed Teams means predictable velocity. In Kung Fu Panda 2, however, there is a danger lurking on the horizon: Lord Shen (a peacock) believes in a prophecy which leads him to destroy all pandas in China. He also yearns to regain the respect of his family by conquering China with a new weapon. In many organizations, Lord Shen is the dreaded spreadsheet: the ability to modify project costs based on resource leveling and moving Teams to the work.

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Project Cost Accounting in Agile | Part 1 of 3

By Amanda Babb on Mar 28, 2019 5:13:43 PM

First of Three

If you've read my other blog posts or watched one of my webinars, you should be familiar with my tendency to intertwine somewhat unrelated concepts together. I like doing this because it gets folks thinking: thinking about serious business and process things in a totally different context. This is the first of a three series blog. Today's topic: The secret ingredient is nothing.

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