Agile is about being comfortable with unknowns.

The session very informative and #interactive. Really enjoyed it.

Agile Network India lead by Prashant M J conducted the Agile Gurugram March 2019 meetup at Srijan Technologies, Gurugram, Haryana on

“Agile Tools and Practices”

Thanks to all speakers Sumeet Gupta, Vikrant Kardam, Rivina , Puneet Gulati

Vikrant Kardam, SAFe SPC, SA, Rivina

What is AgileAgile is the ability to create and respond to change.

Agile is a repetitive approach to project delivery. Your team delivers multiple smaller steps from the start, instead of delivering everything at the end.

Puneet Gulati, Sumeet Gupta

Plan, Sprint, Ship. Repeat.

An agile epic is a body of work that can be broken down into specific tasks (called “stories,” or “user stories”) based on the needs/requests of customers or end users.

Epics are a helpful way to organize your work and to create a hierarchy. The idea is to break work down into shippable pieces, so that large projects can actually get done and you can continue to ship value to your customers on a regular basis. Epics help teams break their work down, while continuing to work towards a bigger goal.

Maintaining agility when organizing large tasks, like epics, is no small task (pun intended). Learning how epics relate to a healthy agile program is an essential skill no matter the size of your organization.

The “Goal Question Metric” (GQM) approach is a proven method for driving goal-oriented measures throughout a software organization. With GQM, we start by defining the goals we are trying to achieve, then clarifying the questions we are trying to answer with the data we collect. By mapping business outcomes and goals to data-driven metrics, we can form a holistic picture of the Agile environment and clearly articulate how we are doing across the span of the enterprise.

Pleasure meeting with Vivek Swarnkar Joydeep Deb Gaurav Malhotra & Vijay Kumar.

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