Although Agile has it’s roots in software development, it is becoming the norm for companies that need to evolve in a changing landscape of rapidly moving customer needs. Here is a poster created by one of our coaches, Zhi Lee, that helps demystify some of the lingo. Backlog Ordered list of items to deliver value to
Let us learn another word this Wednesday. Jargon: Words or expressions that are used by a particular profession or group of people, and are difficult for others to understand. Source: Oxford Dictionary #wordlywednesday #newword #Jargon #vocabulary #wordmeaning #MUJ #Manipaluniversityjaipur #Wednesday #learning #learnwithMUJ
What is jargon, anyway? In a literal sense, jargon is simply a word or phrase that requires specialized knowledge for the reader to understand. For our purposes — which include helping people at technical companies write clearly about their offerings — that definition isn’t practical. Most of us only think of the word “jargon” in a negative sense. It’s something we’re supposed to avoid in our writing at all costs.