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Unemployed Agilists: Review the Hype Cycle & Your Agility to Help You Manage Future Job Changes, Part 4

Johanna Rothman

I started this series by discussing why managers didn't perceive the value of agile coaches and Scrum Masters in Part 1, resulting in layoffs.) Then, in Part 2 , I asked those unemployed agilists to review their functional skills, the skills people need to do a product development job well. Especially, Agile is Not a Silver Bullet.

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A Deep Dive into the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)

The Product Coalition

The Software Development Life Cycle provides a practical framework you can apply to your product and improve your processes. You should be able to define the project scope and goals clearly by outlining the objectives, functionalities, and features of the software. It helps us meet customers’ demands, needs, and expectations.

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The Differences, Pros and Cons Between Waterfall and Agile Methodologies

The Product Coalition

At the beginning of any software development project, managers think of which methodology is between waterfall and agile. It’s essential to follow clearly defined processes or software development life cycle (SDLC) to ensure software development quality. Waterfall and agile: A smart method or bad solution?

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Scrum: A Simple Guide to Agile Product Development

The Product Coalition

Product Management Technology If you’re unfamiliar with software development, you may not have heard of Scrum. Scrum is an Agile methodology that can help teams work together more efficiently to develop products. The framework consists of Scrum teams, roles, events, artifacts, and rules.

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How Agile Has Changed Product Management

Roman Pichler

Before the advent of agile frameworks like Scrum , a product person—the product manager—would typically carry out the market research, compile a market requirements specification, create a business case, put together product roadmap, write a requirements specification, and then hand it off to a project manager.

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Lean, Agile, & Design Thinking by Jeff Gothelf

Mind the Product

When you have one team learning Agile, another learning Lean, and yet another learning Design Thinking, how are you supposed to get to alignment? There are so many frameworks and tools to choose from, so how do you make them work in the real world? What is Agile Really About? The goal is creating more software, faster.

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What is Agile UX? Methods & Process

UX Planet

Agile UX is a design methodology based on the principles of Agile software development. Agile is a proven software development approach that emphasizes flexibility, collaboration and efficiency. Agile UX adopts the same values, reframed in the context of digital design projects. What is the Agile UX Process?

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