Building Agile Teams: Hiring and selecting the right people

Modern enterprises need to be agile because customers, requirements, the opportunity of data and the capability of technology all provide an endless array of opportunity. Opportunity is everywhere, but everything is not an opportunity. Agile approaches such as Scrum have become more and more popular in response. In a recent survey 58% of respondents said … continue reading

premium Why is transparency so important for agility?

Scrum, the most popular Agile framework, is based on three very simple ideas: empiricism, self-organization / empowered teams, and a focus on improvement. These ideas enable a team, team of teams, or an organization to respond to their environment and deliver great products. Those three ideas are ultimately dependent on transparency. Transparency is easy to … continue reading

Guest View: Ending the agile/PMO tug of war

In many ways, agile principles seem antithetical to how Project-Management Office (PMO) systems operate. While PMOs exemplify structure, management and governance, agile developers focus on, well, agility. They plan in small increments, work quickly to solve immediate problems, and then move on to the next ones. This lends itself to a classic agile/PMO tug of … continue reading

Developer Populism is changing the face of ALM

You don’t have to lose the tenets and techniques of ALM to keep up with your developers’ demands, though … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Water-Scrum-fall is the reality of agile

Agile practices are melding a bit with more traditional processes, so here is what you need to know to get by … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Overcoming the challenges of agile adoption

Not every business is prepared to deal with agile development off the bat; here are steps to making it easier to swallow … continue reading

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