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Plan your first scrum with Eylean Board

Whether you are planning a project for the first time or you have been doing it for years, getting used to new project management software can take some time. That is why we at Eylean Board decided to provide you with a short guide on scrumming with Eylean. This guide will discuss the main scrum …

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Too many tools required

Project management is a process of organizing resources so that a project meets its goals, time line and budget. It is separate from other business activities and at the same time it incorporates all of them. Project management deals with three main factors: time, cost and performance. These factors also have many different components that …

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Unlocking TFS potential with Eylean board

Team foundation server or TFS is a collaboration platform, it covers the entire application lifecycle management. It is mainly used by software developers and it provides the tools to manage software development projects. Its core functions are source code management, reporting, requirements management, project management, automated builds, lab management, test management and release management. Great …

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Planning on demand

Planning on demand is a method suited for fast paced production planning which has a dynamic, always changing environment. It is based on Scrumban methodology, which combines the flexibility of Kanban and the basic features of Scrum. The key principles of planning on demand are that you don’t plan too much, you control what is being done, your team is …

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Team meetings for agile process

Planning is a foundation of all works. Especially it’s important for project’s implementation. Team must set the main aim and to plan actions step by step. As Antoine de Saint – Exupery said “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” That is why planning is compulsory if you want to achieve the final result. …

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Estimating in story points compared to hours

Nowadays you will find less and less people who still haven’t heard anything about Agile framework called Scrum. Those, who already learned about it one of the first things they met was the concept of a “Story point”. Story point is a measure of size of a user story, feature or other piece of work …

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Writing Effective User Stories for Scrum

In order to prioritize the development tasks in Scrum, it is very common to use user stories. User stories describe a certain action by the user of the software that has business value, and thereby help the team visualize and strive for the end result as well as prioritize tasks that lead to that result.

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Why should one apply Agile or Lean practices?

Have you ever wondered if Agile or Lean practices are any good? Have you searched through web and read dozens of whitepapers, videos and slide shows? Still not convinced? We challenge you to watch this 3 minute video and get a quick grasp how you can benefit not only by applying agile and lean but …

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Involve your team into agile process

Prelude Fear of innovation, lack of mutual goals and organizational skills can drive any team into the ground. Also, it is worth mentioning that in the most common cases gap between great and average professionals in a team can be up to 10 times the difference, while gap between great and average team can be …

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