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A sprint retrospective may feel like just another meeting—but you can run it more efficiently and effectively with our tips and collaborative templates. Learn what the purpose of a sprint retrospective is and how to make yours exceptional.

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Today, many tech companies have adopted agile methodologies for software development to deliver their products faster without compromising quality, and to put agile into practice, many have turned to sprint planning. Learn more.

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A statement of work is a document that defines a project’s objectives, scope, and deliverables. Learn what a statement of work should include, how it differs from a scope of work, and how you can improve your SoW with visuals from Lucidchart.

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To prevent costly delays and keep your organization’s operations running, you need to invest in a robust release management process. Learn the five steps to planning your release management process.

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Event storming is a group modeling technique that brings together stakeholders and helps them understand what is happening in a business problem or in the domain of a software program. Learn how you can start using this collaborative, visual process.

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