Virtual planning at scale: a personal account
COVID-19 has challenged us to find new ways of planning for our largest distributed Agile engagements. Andy Scotland, Head of Delivery – Commercial Sector, shares how he organised and facilitated a remote customer planning event for 130+ people, saving £175,000. Spoiler alert: we’re delighted that the customer now wants to make all further planning sessions remote.
Jack of All Trades, Scrum Master of None?
Read this post from Aoife on how her Kainos journey as a graduate to Scrum Master!
How to guide #3: Short Story Mapping
As a consultant, there’s nothing more intimidating than a huge blank white wall, waiting to be covered with user stories. We’ve made a series of short videos, demystifying some key areas of Agile and introducing some of our consultants and product professionals. In this new video, Chris will map the process from the very beginning…
How to guide #1: Short User Stories
Watch the first in our series of short product how-to guides on how to write a good user story!
Principles of Agile Estimation
Where do projects go wrong when setting go-live dates
Uncovering Scrum Myths: User Story
Marek Konera uncovers all you need to know about user stories, the backbone of agile software development.
Cabinet Office Register to Vote Service surpasses 30 million applications
30 million applications to register have been verified by the digital service, with 75% of these completed online
Kainos appointed to Scottish Digital Services new Dynamic Purchasing System
The fully electronic DPS system will enable more efficient provision of digital and cyber security services.
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