When an organisation wants to initiate change it can be useful to have an analogy that becomes a rallying call. The analogy can also be a means to help people retain their purpose when the going gets tough. And as we face into the COVID recession the going is likely to get tough for a number of organisations who will [......]Continue reading
Category: Agile Methodology
Agile methodologies include processes that adhere to agile principles such as self organising cross functional teams that work iteratively to build a minimum viable product and subsequent iterations at ever improving velocity. Agile teams can use either Kanban or SCRUM methods. Kanban pulls through work and because the Kanban board is visual it easily highlights work in progress bottlenecks. SCRUM is a push based system that has standard roles such as Product Owner and Scrummaster who prioritise work for the next sprint. Sprints are typically two weeks in duration to deliver working software.
Methodologies such as SAFE have in recent years emerged to enable organisations to scale their agile processes and to integrate those processes into conventional financial models larger enterprises use to realise value realised from investments in software.