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In this guide to managing dependencies we cover 2 strategies and 17 practices you can use to improve flow efficiency and ultimately improve the predictability of your projects.
In this guide to writing better user stories we cover 19 concepts you need to grasp when writing user stories. It is built from many years coaching teams on writing better user stories and provides techniques for dealing with common challenges faced by the hundreds of teams we’ve helped.
If you’re going to use story points in Scrum, here’s how to do it. Story point estimation can drag Scrum teams and software developers into a pit of despair, frustration, and waste. There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the use of story points in Agile teams.