WAG | Glossary


A WAG is an off-the-cuff estimate for something, such as the completion date of a project, when there is insufficient data available to support a more informed estimation. In Agile and Scrum software development, a WAG is often based upon historical experience.

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Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence | Book Series


The author says ‘Focus is the secret of success’. In this book he has employed short chapters having relevant case studies to grab the attention of professionals whose productivity usually gets undermined by daily dose of emails, text messages and video calls. He helps the readers to understand how can they come out of digital distractions and stay focused. He also questions the purpose of achieving focus without significant objectives.


Daniel Golema

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