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how to build career in agile and scrum post certified scrum master

How to build a career in agile and scrum post certified scrum master 

Now, you have successfully completed Certified Scrum master classroom training. Two days of classroom training is sufficient to become familiar with Scrum and Agile framework. Further, you are looking to enhance your career as an Agile Leader. This blog is in the context of the prospects after the Certified Scrum Master. These certifications will help you to enhance your professional growth and learning. Why further Agile certifications are important after CSM? Certified Scrum Master is a basic certification to enter…

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WHY AGILE & HOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL WITH AGILE

A Simple User Story As an Agile evangelist with over 13 years of overall rich software industry experience I often come across this question of Agile Vs Waterfall. Questions range from why agile to why not waterfall and everything in between. Today, I wanted to pen down my thoughts that I think will help everyone to try and shun this debate and instead try and focus on getting success with either Agile or waterfall based on the situational awareness as…

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Demystifying Kanban for Software Dev Projects

I am a software developer and have been adopting Scrum in dev projects for many years now. I also have keen interest in lean practices and have been looking to incorporate these techniques in dev projects. Recently, I heard about the use of Kanban, which is one of the lean practices well known in software projects. I had the opportunity to attend a webinar: “Kanban for dev projects: How Exactly?” This webinar was conducted by Sanjay Kumar, a well-known Agile…

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Understanding LKU Kanban Certifications

Why Kanban Method? The essence of Kanban is – “start where you are“, and start with “small pragmatic actionable steps” that you can start implementing next Monday! No need to define new roles, no need to change team structure, no need for any drastic changes in the way you develop products or deliver services. In short, Kanban favours an evolutionary change approach rather than a big-bang, disruptive change. Pioneered by David Anderson, “Kanban Method” is much more than just a…

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What is Kanban – A Card, Board, System or a Method?

Kanban is often a vaguely understood term. Two professionals talking about kanban usually have different level of understanding about it, despite both deriving good practical value from their knowledge. Let’s take a closer look at the different meanings of kanban – from the very basic to the most powerful. So, what is Kanban – a card, a board, a system or a method? The short answer is – kanban is all of them. The word ‘kanban’ has its origin in…

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