The call is still out on this approach (I'm guessing it is the new owner Amazon's idea), but I thought it can be a good example of visualization and face to face communication! [..makes stock position obvious to customers, employees, and store leadership.] [Employees can communicate with customers on status of product rather than a tag.]
One of the most visible aspects of Agile Scrum is the user story card. These cards are present at the center of every Scrum ceremony. They are in the hands of the Product Owner walking into the first Scrum project team meeting and on the table as the Scrum team reads them and discusses them with the Product Owner in order to estimate the complexity of each story.
Having spent years applying the waterfall methodology, I always had the feeling that it wasn’t right for software development environments, but I just didn’t know what other choices there were. I never felt right with the notion that more templates, more documentation, and more processes on top of the actual work are the answers to every project issue or will guarantee success.
Here are a few recommnded DevOps books. More to come later..