Tien-Anh Nguyen
Chief Business Officer at UserTesting
Startup Strategy
On Pruning Trees and Product Backlogs

You can learn a lot from pruning trees — specifically when it comes to product backlog management. Here are four lessons to take to heart.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Product
4 Steps to Managing Scrum Meetings More Effectively
Four ways to help make your Scrum Meetings more effective (and, yes, more fun). To many who are new to...
by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Startup Strategy
4 Steps to Managing Scrum Meetings More Effectively

Scrum meetings are difficult to manage well, but vital to success. Here are four Scrum meetings best practices to help boost your effectiveness and even make them more fun.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Product
Scrum of the Living Dead: Are You Truly Agile?

Is the spirit of Scrum alive and well in your team or are you simply going through the motions?

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Product
The Hardest Challenges of Implementing Scrum, #4: Realistic and Practical Estimation
Let’s continue examining the twists and turns on the road to Scrum perfection. So far, in this series we have...
by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Startup Strategy
The Hardest Challenges of Implementing Scrum, #4: Realistic and Practical Estimation

The fourth post in my series on the hardest challenges of implementing Scrum focuses on the difficulty of improving your story estimation process.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Product
The Hardest Challenges of Implementing Scrum, #3: Prioritization by Business Impact
Find out why business impact is the only way to prioritize your product backlog. In my last two posts, I...
by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Startup Strategy
The Hardest Challenges of Implementing Scrum, #3: Prioritization by Business Impact

Find out why business impact is the only way to prioritize your product backlog — and discover three keys to doing it well.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen
Startup Strategy
The Hardest Challenges of Implementing Scrum: Embracing Rapid Iteration

Rapid iteration is one of the core tenets of any agile methodology. But easy as the concept is to follow, it is incredibly hard to do well in practice.

by Tien-Anh Nguyen