The four Agile values refer to the values outlined in the Agile Manifesto. They emphasize people over processes, working software over documentation, customer collaboration over contract negotiation, and responding to change over following a plan.
In pursuit of Product Excellence
Cash flow refers to the movement of cash in and out of a business or a company in a given period of time. Estimating cash flow enables you to identify areas that will benefit from lower budgeting and look for areas or opportunities where you can use your saved-up resources.It allows you to spend wisely.
DACI is an acronym for driver, accountable, contributor or consulted, and informed, these are the specialized roles assigned to project team members. DACI is a decision-making framework helpful for team projects, in terms of speeding up the pace of the project and eases complex group decision-making processes by the smart distribution of roles and responsibilities among the team members.
Five whys is an interrogative technique developed by Sakichi Toyoda. It is used to identify the root cause of any problem. As the name suggests, it investigates the cause and effect relationship underlying any given problem. It consists of five why-questions to find a solution and resolve the issue.
A Product Brief is a set of guidelines and information on the product provided to all the teams working on product development for proper alignment, coordination among the teams, and to ensure that the process is on the right track, following the right plan as envisioned by the stakeholders and executives.
The distinguishing factor that attracts the customers and makes the product or service stand out from the competitors is called the Unique Selling Proposition or USP. It is a unique point associated with the product like a differentiating feature, capability, cost, or some other customer-centric aspect that accounts for its selling potential.