Related Posts about : agile
People: The Neglected Side of AgileHamza Qamar
For any organization, the effort to implement and adopt an Agile Transformation Strategy across the company relies on three main elements: the processes, technology, and people. And while all three are crucial in their own right, perhaps the one that can contribute majorly towards ensuring that your agile strategy is sustainable, the People working at the organization, is the most neglected by businesses. How does ignoring your People impact your company, and what are the behavioral elements to consider while adopting Agile? This article will address exactly these questions about the softer side of Agile.
Product Roadmapping: For Agile Planning & Product DevelopmentVikram Mahajan
Product development can be a long and arduous part of agile planning, but a product development roadmap can make this journey easier. This article details how a roadmap can help align your vision with the efforts of your team members and the expectations of stakeholders. Find out why roadmapping is crucial for a product development process, and how it can help you achieve that final product.
Agile or Waterfall: Which Approach Is Right For You?Mohammad Siddiqui
Depending on which study you read, you’ll find failure rates for large IT projects range anywhere from 30 to 90 percent. Whatever the number, it is an astonishing figure considering the strategic importance of many IT initiatives in today’s world. Which begs the question – how can you improve project management and create a scalable […]
Challenge Liftoff: An Agile Team with Purpose, Alignment & ContextFarhan Hussaini
As the challenges business faces grow in both complexity and impact, so too does the growth in the adoption of Agile to solve those challenges. However, with so much focus on agile’s benefits and value, I’ve noticed that many organizations forget to put the time and effort into a critical first step of this adoption […]
Kanban Boards & SAFe: The Scalable Agile FrameworksMuhammad Kashif Rizwan
Why would you utilize Kanban in SAFe? The short answer – to be successful. The longer answer starts with why organizations adopt Agile in the first place. The most successful organizations are the ones that elicit the most value from their efforts and have established best practices and processes to ensure that effort and return […]