Agile shifts how business analysis is done, but it doesn’t change the fact that business analysis needs to be done. Our research has shown the direct relationship that requirements have with the
Agile consists of MVP releases which continuously improve on their ability to satisfy. For example, the team will work to release the minimum required to transport the user from point A to B
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While Waterfall is a proven, mature methodology, businesses are rapidly adopting Agile during the pandemic. Here’s why.
In the context of digital, agility means empowering the people in the organization to make the right decisions without needing to go through layers of authority and permissions, putting in
Agile Extension practices advocate that what makes a truly agile space is being able to conform to current realities to ensure value is given with the delivery. Overlaying this in reality gives a
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Social media is a great tool to build your network, but it isn’t the only tool you should have in your arsenal. Joining a professional membership connects you to a community of like-minded
Companies in industries around the world are using agile. Those that do it right are finding a competitive edge. According to the 13th Annual State of Agile Report, Agile adoption is accelerating
There are processes that partially address this question, such as backlog refinement in agile development, IP iteration in SAFe and design sprints. They are well covered in the professional