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Are projects agile? – Andy Longshaw, LexisNexis 2016

Are projects agile? – Andy Longshaw, LexisNexis


Most good software has a long life and evolves continuously, keeping pace with the needs of its users whereas, a project is a temporary structure. Some agile software projects have succeeded, and some have failed. What is it that differentiated those that succeeded from those that failed? Do projects even make sense in a truly agile software development context?

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Letita Fearon – This is Agile? – Live Blog 2015

Letitia Fearon is a Agile Business Analyst, currently with Lloyds of London, with over ten years experience. Letitia helps individuals, teams and organisations work effectively with Agile techniques, using Scrum, Lean or Kanban. You can catch up with Letita on Twitter. Continue reading

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Craig Girvan and Toby Parkins – The Open Agile Profiling System – Live Blog

Craig and Toby founded Headforwards in 2011 as an alternative outsourcing option for companies looking for better software development. They are currently engaged with NTT and AXA PPP Healthcare as well as some startup businesses. You can catch up with Craig and Toby on the Headforwards website. Continue reading

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