Not quite as entertaining as Letterman, but a great FAQ sheet covering almost all of the basics.
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This year's top 10 business analysis trends focus on leveraging the power of requirements at all levels through Agile and business architecture to deliver business value to the organization.
One of the most important things to know about Agile methodologies is that if it is limited to one team of developers churning out code, it won't be Agile. Learn how to avoid becoming an "Agile Zombie", and nine other agile adoption pitfalls.
Here are 10 key benefits you will derive from following an agile approach to development.
You can afford to be picky. Fortune has narrowed it down to the top 100 companies to work for. Have fun.
The 2010 winners of the Gordon Pask Award were officially announced. In order to grow the next generation of agile thought leaders, the award is given to people who the selection committee believes has the potential to bring revolutionary, exciting or ground-breaking ideas to the agile community and change the way agilists work.
A well established, interactive conference, REFSQ is easily one of the best forums to exchange ideas around requirements engineering--more specifically how requirements engineering ties in with quality.
Is our approach to education, training and development delivering the agile leaders that organizations need now and in the future?
Business value keeps getting diluted when software projects move from business executives to the IT folks. The plan that underpinned the business case of the investment is unfortunately often washed out when translating into IT and features in a software. This is a critical error and it is not easy to correct if starting development without it. Here are three models that can be used in combination, each serving it own purpose in the planning process.
Working within a few guidelines, agile methods are very effective for delivering rapid and flexible modifications to established systems.