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Is it possible to implement Lean principles in the ongoing Agile project?

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Agile was not working well in my current project, due to the requirements gap and short in resources. Is it be safe to go back to SDLC waterfal model to continue the project.

Can you explain with a example? I believe that it may be possible to implement in personal activities.

Ususally agile development is used for new or geenfield projects but what if this development is used for existing or brownfield projects. What issues could agile development team face while working with exisiting project?

In my research study, I need to identify the list of key features of user story management tools that can be used to support agile development. So far, I identified the following general groups of features: User role modeling and personas support, User stories and epics management, Acceptance testing support, High-level release planning, Low-level iteration planning, and Progress tracking. Each group contains some specific features, e.g., support for story points, writing of acceptance tests, etc.

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I have a customer who is not mature in Agile. He is thinking of using agile methodology to migrate several open source collaborative software/platforms to a single identified platform.

His is thinking that migration team is ready to learn and carry out migration at the same time? Is tghis a good idea? Is there any case studies or tips on using agile methodologies for migration projects and which methodology?

 

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What importance does you company put on the usability of its products? Do they focus on desinging and testing for usability?

If not, why not?

We're curious as to what other groups use Sprint 0 for. What tasks are you doing during sprint 0?

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