Kanban: Tenth delivery of agile factsheets
Kanban is a technique used in industry based on the Just In Time system designed to eliminate inefficiencies and waste from production processes. With this technique we will promote a “pull” of the work, causing it to flow smoothly. Kanban also brings to light those tasks that normally remain hidden.
LEAN: 9th delivery of Agile factsheets
When we talk about Lean we mean a management model focused on creating flow to deliver the maximum value to customers. To do this, it uses the minimum amount of resources, that is, the necessary ones. Discover what are the principles on which it is based and the types of waste known.
Scaling: Eighth delivery of agile factsheets
When we talk about agile scaling we mean multiple teams working together to develop a solution within an agile development framework, to deliver integrated increments within the same environment. Discover what are the latest and best known scaling frameworks that seek to solve the most common needs of this type of environment.
Technology: Seventh delivery of agile factsheets
Continuous integration, continuous delivery, continuous deployment… This concern for the continuous whole pursues the same objective: the satisfaction of our customers. Find out what the difference is and what each of these practices for software development consists of with our seventh installment of agile chip decks. Technology today.
Agile artifacts: Sixth delivery agile factsheets
Many times complex contexts force us to consider variations on the most widespread predefined practices or methods. With the passage of time in large organizations, large-scale projects or complex products, artifacts that are not “official” demonstrate the benefits they bring to the transformation.