Category: Agile Manifesto

The 6 principles of agile leadership

Introduction Agile leadership is the art of creating the right environment and context for the self-managing teams. It’s the responsibility of the agile leader to continuously improve the environment of the agile teams. Environments where teams collaborate, learn from each other, get quick feedback from users and are focused on quality and continuous learning. He […]

12 Principles of the Agile Manifesto

Introduction In 2001, the Agile Manifesto surfaced. It wanted to change the software development process. The manifesto has four central topics, but not many people know that there are also 12 Agile Principles. These offer more real examples of how agile software development should take place. Many years later, almost every organization will say they […]

An Iterative Waterfall Isn’t Agile

Introduction The success of a software development project is closely tied to the chosen development approach. Waterfall and Agile are two of the most popular SDLC methodologies in the present. As such, development teams might find themselves asking the question, which one to choose? Both Agile and Waterfall methodologies are mature approaches to software development. Although the […]

Agile Leadership — A Brief Overview of Concepts and Ideas

INTRODUCTION Agile Leadership is associated with mode four leaders who have the ability (and agility) to operate in any mode (system of thinking) and most importantly see from the perspectives of the other modes. It is this ability to think in a number of different ways that gives such leaders their agility. This is also […]

Agile for Everybody: All Industries

Introduction Ever since its inception in 2001, the Agile Manifesto and the Agile project management methodology was thought of first and foremost, as a tool used by software companies to encourage/manage productivity. But what about non-IT, non-software companies? Shouldn’t they be able to gain efficiency and productivity using the best practices available? Of course, they […]

Which public Agile training is right for me?

Introduction Agile has been developed now, some domains like Project Management and Service Management, organizations look for agile experience and certification from the candidates. This is the reason why agile professionals aspire for certifications so they can gain every one of the advantages when they plan to switch jobs or aspire to a career in […]

Agile Meeting Facilitators TIPS

Introduction A facilitator is a person who chooses or is given the explicit role of leading a meeting. This role typically involves that the facilitator will take little part in the discussion on the meeting’s subject, however, will focus basically on making the conditions for effective team processes, in the pursuit for the goals for […]

Agile Leadership

Agile Manager/Leader The Role of an Agile Leader is based on a high level of self-Organization that is the reason why Dittmar agile organizations, in general, need less managers. Rather they need real leaders being as a collaborative leadership team and as servant leaders to the organization. Managers and leaders have various roles in agile organizations, […]

What is meant by agile model

SDLC – Agile Model Spry SDLC show is a blend of iterative and incremental process models with a spotlight on process versatility and consumer loyalty by quick conveyance of working programming item. Nimble Methods break the item into little incremental forms. These assemble are given in cycles. Every emphasis commonly keeps going from around one […]

How to Build a Large Agile Organization

Are you one of those thinking “Large organizations and easy-to-use project management tools just don’t mix”? Is this because you are struggling with getting your projects to run smoothly in a large organization? In this article you find out how to do just that on the three levels that all (well, at least 99.9%) need […]

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