Behavior Driven Development

BDD – the magical three-letter abbreviation which gains popularity with developers and testers. According to the author of this methodology, Dan North, Behaviour Driven Development consists in software creation and description of its behaviour from the end user perspective. It emphasizes the understanding of client’s needs and language in which they describe how the software […]

Daily Scrum Game & Self-organisation by example

Daily Scrum Game Daily Scrum – 15 minutes, plan a day – a totally straightforward meeting. Or is it? Have you seen teams struggle to understand the true purpose of Daily Scrum? Have you seen it turning into regular status updates? Or maybe Product Owners delegating tasks for the day? “Daily Scrum Game” was invented […]

Evidence Based Management

Do you like being in control? I love it, so I have two choices – constantly make sure that people are working or continuously check the outcome. I prefer the second approach. Evidence Based Management is an example of how to do that without stalking your employees. EBM contains 11 metrics that let you observe […]

Scrum Lego Game

Learn Scrum by practice. Become one of the developers creating the product together. Discover the client’s needs, estimate and plan your work, and finally do it – create the product. Will you satisfy all the requirements set by the Product Owner? Will you handle the time pressure? Will your product provide business value? How to […]