Bricks Blog

what is kanban board

A kanban board is a type of project management tool that displays tasks to be done in a more visual way. It is also generally used in the agile method. Kanban boards can be as simple as drawing columns on a wall with headers like "TO DO", "DOING", "DONE". Then on this mural physical kanban board, you can write tasks on sticky notes or other types of...

Read More
architecture project management

An architecture project management application is a software that streamlines decision-making, communication, and task assignment within an organization. But why is it an important productivity hack to use a project management app for architecture projects? Let's take time to examine that subject in detail. Architecture projects are long and complex. Architecture projects are long and complex. Any architect will tell you that! The average duration of study...

Read More
agile sprint planning scrum planning

A good preparation is important Preparation takes time but is important to have a fluid Sprint and keep team focused in delivering. Also it force you to completely determine what has to be done. Though agile method encourage flexibility at middle term. At short term the Sprint level it force to be more rigorous and evacuate uncertainty, bad comprehension… Preparation is a continuous task Preparation of user stories...

Read More

Both the Agile method and scrum are focused on providing everyone involved in the project a feedback loop and thus allowing team members and the client to have a good estimate of what the team can deliver. Communication is important so that priorities, the difficulty of tasks and other deliverables are evaluated. Agile and scrum use gamification techniques to make this otherwise tedious task a fun...

Read More
Changes Needed in Agile Methods

Agile methods are an iterative approach in software development that facilitates continuous delivery of valuable software through collaborative and cross-functional efforts. They embrace changes in requirements and solutions at any phase of the software development cycle. The agile methodologies are based on the fundamental principles of the Agile Manifesto. These methodologies promote adaptive planning, early delivery, and continuous improvement. Origin of the Agile Methods [caption id="attachment_6926" align="alignnone" width="800"]...

Read More