Agile

Amazon: The Story Of Productivity Taken Too Far

When reading the expose on Amazon workforce in New York Times, I could not but notice the similarities between the work philosophy that Jeff Bezos has installed upon Amazon and the one of Agile. Both have a set of principles, both strive to accumulate productivity and eliminate waste, yet it was difficult to believe, Agile …

Continue Reading
News

Pricing changes and a limited time offer!

We are excited to present to you the new Eylean Board pricing page! As may have already or will notice soon, we did not limit our changes to just the design, so let us tell you what else is new: First and foremost – new payment plans We have decided to move away from our …

Continue Reading
Agile

Agile government – still a far off dream?

If there is one thing most of us can agree on is that government institutions are long overdue for an organizational change. Whether it is a simple license renewal or important permits and documents, the process is never clear, short or easy. And with the recent growth of agile popularity, there is really no surprise …

Continue Reading
Agile

Top 5 Most Innovative Kanban Boards

A few weeks ago we gathered up the top 5 most interesting scrum boards, unveiling the creativity and innovation in scrum. This time we decided to take another popular agile method – Kanban and see how the teams behind this approach have modified and improved their boards to make them more productive or even more …

Continue Reading
How To

How To Be Agile When Creating Content

While agile is sweeping the business world, some departments are still stuck in the old ways. Without realizing it, they are holding on threads and actually working and worrying harder than they should be. The inability to adapt the content creation process within marketing and design departments has already caused friction in most companies turning …

Continue Reading
Agile

The Hierarchy of Agile Methods

If you, just like us, ever found yourself confused by the number of agile methodologies and their hierarchy, then this post is exactly for you. We use the picture below as our cheat sheet and thought some of you would like it as well. So let us dive in! As expected, at the core of …

Continue Reading
Agile

Sprint Retrospectives and The Wheel of Change

Retrospectives, even though a valuable part of any sprint, are often disregarded and underestimated by scrum teams. Team members and the scrum masters feel that if there were no major issues during the sprint, there is really nothing to be discussed. This could not be further from the truth however and in fact goes against …

Continue Reading
Agile

Top 5 Most Interesting Scrum Boards

Scrum board is one of the most essential tools to ensure a smooth project and while most choose the traditional scrum boards for their teams, there are a few that decide to innovate and improve the traditions to fit their needs. Therefore this week we gathered up the 5 most interesting (at least to us) …

Continue Reading
Agile

The Arrow that will change Kanban

We all know about the basic kanban board, the three columns and the WIPs, however, when you have been using kanban for a while, this is usually not enough anymore. At this point most of the teams chose to innovate themselves or start looking for the innovation elsewhere. However, with such little information available, they …

Continue Reading
Agile

LeSS – scaled agile that keeps the small team vibe

As the summer is slowly but surely taking over our minds, the office life becomes slower and more relaxed. Most large projects are put off or have extended deadlines and most of our team is missing at some point or another. This is why summer is a great time to reflect on your teamwork, achievements …

Continue Reading