Agile is an iterative approach where the phases needed to complete a project are generally done simultaneously, in parallel.

Tasks are broken down into planning cycles. Requirements and solutions are continually evolving and based on priority and discipline.

How it helps your project:

  • Changes can be easily managed given the shorter planning cycles.
  • Encourages active involvement and interaction from key project stakeholders, so the product is built based on priority and accuracy.
  • Constant team involvement and structured communication channels facilitate collaboration, progress and the discovery of impediments.
  • Continuous improvement, as lessons are learnt from and ultimately used to better the next iterations.
  • Agile project management makes it more obvious where delays come from.
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Scrum at Roweb

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Typically, our Scrum teams consist of 3 to 9 people, with an average of 7, and include developers, architects, UI designers, analysts, Quality Analysts, and writers. The key to that is the fact that our team members are cross-skilled, enabling us to keep the core project team small.

Each member of the team knows enough about the work they are performing to create the tasks needed to accomplish their job within the specified time frame. Team members regularly contribute during daily standups, and raise issues that are holding up progress.

Our certified scrum masters’ job is to facilitate progress. From setting up the daily standups to removing any impeding issues to keeping meetings short and to the point, the scrum master manages processes, not the team.

Scrum meetings include: project kick off; sprint kick off (sprint planning); daily standup meetings; regular triage meetings; end of sprint demo (sprint review); retrospective; end of project retrospective.

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For projects that require even more flexibility, in a continuous delivery context, we employ Kanban.

Instead of limiting the work time available in a Sprint in order to drive productivity, Kanban achieves this by limiting the number of active, concurrent issues. This way, time estimation is no longer part of the project management process. Kanban works well when used alongside Scrum or any other Agile method.

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Why choose us?

  • To apply Agile successfully, you need to work with an experienced development company that’s able to avoid a few pitfalls commonly associated with this methodology. A certified Scrum Master and a team well trained and up to date on Agile best practices will make a major difference to the success of your project.
  • Time and efforts estimation will be continually required from product resources. This is crucial to cycle planning and success and experience is very important to the accuracy of estimations.
  • External Stakeholder buy-in: given Agile’s unique and alternative approach, on occasion resistance is common so training and education of the team members, as well as soft skills, are crucial.
  • Our team members are highly skilled & cross skilled in competencies, as core teams are small.
  • Our teams’ very open, communicative mindset are very helpful as it is imperative for the team to truly embrace the Agile methodology and values in order to successfully implement them.
  • Agile relies on well-functioning teams that take responsibility for the end result, and our successful track record in project management stands as proof that you can trust us.
 
 

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