Type "Agile myths" in your favorite search engine and you'll be amazed at the plethora of results. Especially those that say, "Top myths busted!" While I consider myself an Agile evangelist, I'd like to take a moment to discuss the harsh reality that many organizations face day-to-day. Agile is not a new concept, but the term is. The Agile Manifesto codified the term and working agreements in 2001, but I (and other evangelists) argue that it existed way before the term was formalized then attached strictly to software development.
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Teams new to Scrum face lots of decisions - one key decision for teams to perform efficiently is determining sprint length.
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Are you looking for ways to make your work more flexible and efficient, but feeling late to the Agile transformation party? Well, fear not! It's OK to be fashionably late to this Agile shindig!
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The Agile school of software development’s currently one of the most accepted methodologies for improving productivity. Targeted mainly towards IT managers and CIOs, Agile methods promote an interactive approach which have the ability to help flatten your organization’s cost of change curve.