Definition of Ready in Scrum

In Scrum, the Product Backlog Items are refined, during the activity of “Backlog Refinement”, until they are “Ready” for selection in Sprint Planning. To determine the items that are ready it is important that Scrum teams consider “Definition of Ready”. In fact, the Definition of Ready helps Product Owners to …

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Aspects to manage programs successfully

Managing programs is not as easy as it seems. In fact, there are some aspects that program managers should considered in order to manage programs successfully. Let’s analyze some of the most critical aspects that can support program managers in this tough business. Documenting project activities and tasks Usually, when …

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Nexus increases Scrum slightly

There are companies that use Nexus to scale their software and product development. Nexus is a framework based on Scrum that uses an iterative and incremental approach to develop products. Nexus is based on the Scrum Framework and increases Scrum slightly. Let’s see why Nexus is based on Scrum and …

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Identifying and managing project interfaces

Large and complex programs usually have projects with lots of dependencies. Identifying and managing interfaces between projects it is crucial for program success. Identifying project interfaces There can be different types of project interfaces. For instance, let’s imagine that we have two projects that are part of the same program: …

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