The implementation of an Agile mindset and its practices was rising for several decades, and after Covid-19 times it only accelerated. It is all due to the raping growth of IT sector. More and more companies, even the biggest corporations are implementing Agile methodology, and it’s frameworks like Kanban or Scrum.

In the following post I would like to cover a few areas of scaled agile topic. We will discuss Agile on the Project, Program, and Portfolio level. Then I would like to introduce you to some Scaling Agile Frameworks, which are the top trends in Scaled Agile domain.

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The reason why I wrote this article is that there are a lot of Project & Product Managers in IT that are not technical. Despite this fact, at least little technical background can drastically improve their competencies. If you are a Software Engineer, QA Tester, Solution Architect or DevOps Engineer, do not waste your time reading this. However, if you are a Project Manager without any technical background, and you do not have basic knowledge about DevOps, Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery topics, then this post is for you. Let’s the knowledge party begin!

Why should we care about Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery?

The are plenty of benefits of…


Introduction to LeSS

Nowadays, IT companies are not asking themselves, whether they should implement the Agile approach. They are asking how to scale the Agile in their organizations in order to obtain their objectives.

In this post, we will cover Large-Scale Scrum (LeSS), which is a Scaled Scrum framework. It is used to develop large, complex IT products, which requires between 3 to 8 Scrum Teams in default configuration, or more than 8 Scrum Teams in LeSS Huge.

As Products are emerging and getting larger, usually one, single Scrum Team (up to 10 people) is not enough to develop product features on time…


Scrum Framework

Your company has a great product, which perfectly fits its market. The company is hiring and getting bigger. The product your company is developing requires more and more effort. One delivery team, not enough people to deliver on schedule defined in Product Roadmap. You need to scale!

Does your company consider using scaled Agile to improve product development? Which scaled Agile framework should you use? Can this framework be tailored for the problem you are solving, or rather not?

In this post we would like to introduce you to the scaled Agile frameworks concept and add some context around them…


Introduction to Nexus

Nowadays, IT companies are not asking themselves, whether they should implement the Agile approach. They are asking how to scale the Agile in their organizations. In this post, we will cover Nexus, which is a Scaled Scrum framework. It is used to develop large, complex IT products, which requires between 3 to 9 Scrum Teams.

As Products are emerging and getting larger, usually one, single Scrum Team (up to 10 people) is not enough to develop product features on time. That’s the reason behind scaling Agile. …


Introduction to Evidence-Based Management

Many times we can see companies lacking a continuous and cohesive approach to improve customer outcomes, organizational capabilities, and business results. In the following post, I would like to introduce an Evidence-Based Management framework, which is an empirical approach created by Scrum.org. It is crucial to have strictly defined, proper measures, which allows you to track your company ability to deliver value in an uncertain world, seeking a path toward strategic goals. Your company is supposed to systematically improve its performance over time and refine its goals based on better information. Here we go!

Seeking towards organization goals

The Evidence-Based Management framework can be…


In previous posts I have focused mainly on Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery processes. Today I would like introduce to you the concept of Continuous Deployment. However, let’s start with quick catch up about CI/CD. So,

  1. Continuous Integration — is an automated build and test process,
  2. Continuous Delivery is about automated build, test, staging and release process,
  3. Continuous Deployment is a process focus on automated build, test, release and production deployment.

Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery catch up

In Continuous Integration, code changes are merged into the main branch, which triggers automated builds. And within those automated builds, automated tests are performed to test the running software.


Nowadays, all of the organizations wants to be Agile. It is the ongoing trend that has been with us for about 20 years. But, is it ok to implement Agile in all of them? Does really all companies needs to follow this trend? When it is good to use Agile, and when we should skip this idea? How to check, if we are ready?

I would like to cover those questions in the following post. The post will have the following structure:

  1. Quick introduction to Agile,
  2. Company's behaviors,
  3. Technique 1: PRINCE2 Agilometer,
  4. Technique 2: DSDM Project Approach Questionnaire.

Quick introduction to Agile

Agile is…


The reason why I wrote this article is that there are a lot of Project & Product Managers in IT that are not technical. Despite this fact, at least little technical background can drastically improve their competencies. If you are a Software Engineer, QA Tester, Solution Architect or DevOps Engineer, do not waste your time reading this. However, if you are a Project Manager without any technical background.

Recently I have uploaded a post about Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery topics. Today we will cover the CI/CD pipeline topic. Let’s the knowledge party begin!

What is the CI/CD Pipeline?

The pipeline is a sequence of…


Coca-Cola

To stay at the very top of the non-alcoholic, beverage market, Coca-Cola is using cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence technologies, that allows distinguishing its product from the global, and local competitors across the world. The company is currently selling more than 1.8 billion bottles each day, in more than 200 countries. What is worth to notice, each of those countries has slightly different preferences when it comes to sweetness, taste, sugar consumption, calorie intake or even marketing campaigns and loyalty programmes. But, how do the Artificial Intelligence technologies support Coca-Cola for a better understanding of local preferences? …

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