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Impact mapping

The product backlog is boring. After all, it’s just a list, albeit an ordered one. Hence we do things like user story mapping, which makes it a more presentable way at looking at requirements. Nevertheless, more and more teams (and

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Improvement theme

In a typical Scrum retrospective, the team identifies remedial action and then tries those in the upcoming sprint. But sometimes, the teams encounter large issues for which the solutions can span over multiple sprints. For example, the team might encounter

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Stop the line

One of the common examples of “Stop the line” principle is, the usage of continuous integration in the agile world. Continuous integration, halts a build if there are test failures. And the onus is on the team to fix it

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