Category Archives: The Agile Diary

Do Cultural Values & Behaviours Have an Impact on Agile Adoption?

As a professional Agile practitioner and an enthusiastic world traveller, online presentations and articles such as “Scrum doesn’t work in China!?”, “Questioning if Agile works in Asia” and “5 reasons why Agile does not work in Germany…” kept capturing my …

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A Simple Guide to Formulate an MVP Approach

11 September 2018 The MVP Journey

A minimum viable product is built on the lines of having a bare minimum product out in the market in a short period. To quote a formal definition, “A minimum viable product (MVP) is the most pared down version of …

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Chapter III – MVP – Minimum Viable or Minimum Valuable?

The concept of the minimum viable product is indeed a fascinating one. The term viable makes us see the least amount of features that can be pushed out to the market to get started on early feedback. This does sound …

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Chapter II – The Product Vision

Welcome back reader, and thank you for following up on my second chapter.  Now to pick off where we stopped last time, I was all geared up to have my first meeting with the Business Analyst. This was the meeting, …

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Chapter I – My Agile Coaching experiences | Two different scenarios, two different products!

As an Agile enthusiast, I always advocate Agile; wherever possible. Being a Business Analyst and attaining a Scrum Product Owner Certification, I have been actively involved in helping my coworkers move into Agile. And I think it would be a …

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