Webinar on Product Backlog – A Prioritized List of the Outstanding Work

Once again friends I am glad to inform you that we had a wonderful webinar session. This time it was one of the important topics of PMI-ACP® Certification Test topic – Product Backlog. As per your suggestions and requests, we are working in the direction of improvising better ways of learning and knowledge sharing via our webinars and PMI-ACP® Certification Training. Following is the agenda covered during the webinar Product backlog- what it is- everything about Product backlog in detail…

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Webinar on Sprint- The Exploration Cycles of Scrum!

Giving webinars have become an integral part of our PMI-ACP® Certification Training portfolio. There has been an ever increasing demand of these short sessions these days. The idea of conducting webinar on sprint came to me while giving PMI-ACP® Certification Training in Hyderabad. Sprint is a crucial topic and people came up with lots of queries. Thus the outcome – webinar on sprint. This webinar has become all the more great with lots of responses pouring in from our participating…

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Webinar On The Release Planning – A Detailed Study In The Release Planning!

Scrum guide doesn’t actually cover release planning as a part of scrum ceremonies. This backfires, and most of the PMI-ACP® certification aspirants are left stranded in the middle of nowhere. It really gets difficult for them to find out the right answers to their questions pertaining to release planning and monitoring. Keeping this issue in mind we held a webinar on release planning and release monitoring to resolve your qualms related to these two important topics. We followed the simplistic…

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An Interactive And Enthusiastic Scrum Training Session!

The week had been too engaging and worth every second. We held a two days scrum training program at one of the most renowned IT institution in India in Delhi/NCR region. It was a one big team working on a huge project. There were 3 scrum teams and one team of Sr. BA sitting onsite. We begin with Reiterating agile fundaments, glided to principles leading to scrum ceremonies thereby encompassing major zones of scrum training. We discussed a good deal…

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Different Interpretations of Scrum

Non-functional Requirements In The Scrum User Stories

In a new product development project, have you changed your system design to improve its performance at a stage when everything was ready? Have you faced a situation that the system was working well in your environment but once it goes into production it faced many performance or scalability issues? Why that happened because you missed looking at non functional requirements. When you see the user story “as a user I want to search job using the keyword so that…

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