Look to low-code to balance quality and speed

Sep 25 10:00:00 by www.infoworld.com

There has never been more pressure on developers. Today’s always-on, 24x7 marketplace requires an agile business that is able to spin up new features and applications virtually overnight to meet rising demand. The development team is simply expected to increase development velocity and push code out the door as fast as they can. At the same time, rising customer expectations are creating additional pressure to produce exceptional user experiences that can be delivered to users at the right time on the right device.To read this article in full, please click here(Insider Story)

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How marketers are changing agile practices to meet their needs

Sep 20 11:53:39 by mktingland

A hybrid approach from the process-driven Scrum framework and the fast-moving Kanban style can help marketers find the right balance for their team. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.

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Five Skills Product Owner Should Have in a Mobile Development Team

Sep 25 17:17:57 by dzone.com

Communication is key! To deal with all the uncertainty that comes with writing code, today’s software engineers have conglomerated into agile teams, where each member takes on a particular role that suits their skills. One of the most important roles is that of product owner, the liaison between the software engineers and the rest of the business.

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It’s (not) work as normal — digital disruption forces corporate culture to become agile

Oct 2 15:45:47 by siliconangle.com

From the industrial revolution on, traditional methods of business organization have separated areas of specialty into silos: accounting, marketing, production, etc. The model is a top-down structure where executives rule over discrete areas, operating within their own parameters. Just a few years ago, no one would have questioned this method. It was tried, true and […] The post It’s (not) work as normal — digital disruption forces corporate culture to become agile appeared first on SiliconANGLE.

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Lessons from an Ex-Project Manager Turned Product Manager

Sep 20 10:20:00 by www.infoq.com

To survive as a product manager, you need to put strategy first and be able to balance it alongside being heavily involved in delivery. All ideas need testing, and you need to truly listen to your customers to deeply understand their problems, said Emma Sephton. She shared her lessons learned from becoming a product manager at the Agile Greece Summit 2019. By Ben Linders

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