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How to avoid costly mistakes while buying custom software

As providers of software development services, we encounter clients from a wide variety of backgrounds and industries.  All companies, from startups to mega corporations, have business problems that can be

6 Potent Power Patterns Every Scrum Master Can Use Today

Great Scrum Masters understand team development and intentionally coach and improve their team’s performance over time. A Scrum Master can equip Team Members with helpful tools and best practices by

Does Agile Scrum Kill Innovation? (Iterative Problem Solving)

Scrum is designed to solve interrelated problems common – but not unique – to software development projects: project scope and estimation.   Do these problems also exist in innovation projects? Will

Agile Toolkit: A Free Tool To Help Scrum Masters Manage Sprints

Veteran and novice Scrum Masters, alike, can struggle with finding a practical tool to help manage their Sprints on a weekly basis. Our free Agile Toolkit is an easy-to-use and

Women in Tech: A Snapshot of Birmingham, AL

Times they are a-changin’ but there’s still a lot of work to do. Setting aside the broader issues of workplace inequality, today we want to focus on a slice of

Scrum@Scale: An Overview of the Framework

These days, most people know and understand Scrum as a framework that helps people, teams, and organizations generate increasing value over time by creating an environment that allows them to

Scrum Holiday Gift Guide 2020

Happy Holidays from the team at Sigao Studios! If you are still looking for a few gifts for friends and family (or yourself!) we wanted to make sure that you

Scrum Guide Changes in 2020 (What’s New?)

On November 18th, the 2020 updates to the Scrum Guide were released by Jeff Sutherland of Scrum Inc. and Ken Schwaber of Scrum.org that include changes to the way Scrum

Sigao is on the Move

“I think there’s going to be companies that shut down because of coronavirus and don’t open back up,” he said. “There’s going to be companies that make it to the