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Can agile methodologies used to deliver products really help marketers in delivering campaigns? We think the answer is yes. In today's world of constant customer feedback, marketers must be able to adjust their plans based on what's trending in digital and social media. And with that, they need a better way to manage their marketing projects. That is why many are looking at agile marketing and methods such as scrum and kanban, to help.

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Happy December, the time for retrospectives! The end of the year is a time for reflection. For our team, each member considers questions like: What went well? What accomplishments did I make? What do I want to improve on? What did I miss that I want to do next year? That's right, December is our yearly retrospective! (That's the cool agile term.) Retrospectives are the meetings held after a sprint, iteration, or release.

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Nobody will ever accuse me of being a wine snob, what with my unsophisticated palate and refusal to spend over $30 per bottle. But I know what I like, and when I find something I like, I tend to grab a few bottles to have on hand. This has led to me to build up a modest little collection over the past few years. I don't have space for a proper wine rack to hold it, so everything is stored in cardboard boxes in my basement. This is nicely space efficient, but about as un-transparent as can be.

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6 ways to optimize development with a control chart

The all-new control chart makes it easy for teams to better understand their delivery pipeline to help optimize their process. It highlights differences in estimate and delivery time so that the team can continually make better estimates and deliver more reliably. Today we're going to explore how it can help your team, but if you haven't read the overview article on new control chart yet, start there. 1. Dig into your data! The new control chart is interactive, which makes it easier to dig into

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Now in JIRA Agile Labs: an all new control chart

I'm excited to announce the release of a new version of the control chart into JIRA Agile Labs. Why am I so excited? The control chart provides insight into day-to-day operations, so scrum and kanban teams can easily spot long-running issues for better flow. The new control chart is interactive, so digging into the details couldn't be easier. JIRA 6.2 enabled new visibility across the development process; branches, commits, pull requests, builds, and deployments.  These new reports make it clearer

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