What is agility ?

Agility is a set of project management tools that allow businesses to be more flexible and bring more value to customers. Introduction Agile methods are project management tools that are more pragmatic than traditional methods, often very cumbersome. By involving the...

The SCRUM

The SCRUM method, the best known and most used Agile method, offers a pragmatic and effective management of projects. Introduction SCRUM is the main Agile method. The first trace of the SCRUM method, we find it again in 19861 by Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka....

Kanban

The Kanban, key tool of Just A Time, has been adapted for use as a project management tool. Introduction The Kanban method, a term meaning “Label” in Japanese, is a project management tool. Derived from Kanban used for the Just In Time, il has been adapted...

Waterfall

Developed in the 1970s, the Waterfall method is the first method of software development. Introduction The first publication of this method is credited to Walter Royce in a 1970 article1. He developed this method which represents his vision of the development of...

The technical debt

Technical debt is an analogy to bank loans to represent the fact that the more we generate non-quality during a project, the higher the costs of recovery will be important. Introduction The expression “Technical Debt” is a metaphor created by Ward...

Planning Poker Card

The Planning Poker Card is a fun and consensual method for planning projects. Used extensively in SCRUMs, this tool can be used for any type of project. The Planning Poker Card is a time estimation method developed by Mr. Cohn 1 who adapted it himself from the...