Agile May Be What You Need
Written on June 3, 2016
Then again, it may not Agile is the software development process or method that works in regular, short cycles, known as sprints or iterations, to deliver functional, potentially shippable products. It keeps the work fresh and relevant to the market, ensuring market competitiveness. Basically, it’s develop, test, implement, ship, innovate, develop, test and repeat, in […]
The Agile Trust Factor
Written on February 16, 2012
One of the most important but least discussed aspects of agile is the trust necessary for a team to be efficient and successful. We discuss why on the blog.
All Together Now
Written on July 11, 2011
The reigning days of segmenting a company are behind us. Oh sure, there will always be divisions and departments by necessity, but Morton has other ideas.
Waterfall and Agile
Written on March 21, 2011
Looking both across the Internet and through our own articles, it often feels as though agile is presented as an alternative to the more traditional waterfall method. The implication is that waterfall is the old way, agile is the new way, and never the twain shall meet.
A Short History of Agile
Written on March 7, 2011
Agile emerged in the early 2000’s as an alternative to the traditional waterfall-style management that many felt was at the root of common issues such as delays and poor internal communication. Closely related to emerging methodologies such as Extreme Programming and DSDM, Agile came on the scene with the publishing of the Agile Manifesto in 2001.
Tips on Introducing Agile
Written on December 23, 2010
Convincing an organization to adopt Agile can be difficult, and properly implementing it can be even more difficult. Agile requires enlisting an organization-wide commitment, and neglecting to do so can lead to a lot of headaches. Rowan McCann of ExecutiveBrief has a lot of experience, and has shared some tips on how to make an Agile transition as smooth as possible.