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Mapping User Stories in Agile

View the original postSummary: User-story maps help Agile teams define what to build and maintain visibility for how it all fits together. They enable user-centered conversations, collaboration, and feature prioritization to align and guide iterative product development. In traditional product-development processes, teams often rely on wasteful and lengthy business requirements documents and functional design specifications to […]

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Agile research

We’re Conducting Research at the Speed of Agile. Here’s a Case for Slowing Down.

View the original post [OPINION] You’re not “falling behind”—you’re doing too much. It’s time we set the expectations straight.

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Want More “Agile” Qualitative Research? Take it Remote.

View the original post Working with the agile methodology or at a company where stakeholders use sprints? Learn how to make your research faster with pro tips from Carrie Yury and Kirsten Lewis.

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'Agile Qualitative Research' is not an oxymoron!

View the original post People Nerd, researcher, and artist Carrie Yury on why we should stop thinking of “agile” as a loaded word.

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The case against Waterfall

View the original postI genuinely believe the Agile manifesto outlines a great set of principles for a successful development team. As a certified SCRUM practitioner, I also believe that formalized project management techniques are helping large teams to improve their throughput. Every successful team has to find a unique way of shipping great products. Unfortunately, […]