There is a better way than staggered iterations for delivery that will keep you on the path to agility.
Many organisations wrestle with the seeming incompatibility between agile and release management and they struggle with release planning and predictable delivery.
Many companies have started searching for self-organisation. That ideal or nirvana where teams can figure out how to work together effectively with limited or little direction to solve problems.
You need quality enablement to achieve predictable delivery for your organisation which takes effort to achieve.
New with Visual Studio 2013 is the ability to manage portfolio backlogs to help you understand the scope of work that you have to do.
Does your company culture resemble Survivor? Do you have a culture in your organisation where individuals that help others are considered slackers for not getting their own assignments complete?
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In the modern application lifecycle one of the key messages is one of quality enablement. Quality will be the key differentiator between you and your competitors over the next few years and the old excuses are just that… old.
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Working within a single Team Project with Team Foundation Server 2012 provides a lot of benefits. There are however many design consideration for working within a single team project and we need to consider all of the complexities that is entails.