As I've mentioned in a previous post, the US government is adopting Agile even going so far as requiring the use of the method as this section of a 2010 DOD mandate stipulates: SEC. 804. IMPLE ...
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I found this article on the Defense.gov website and it seems they made a decision to go Agile with how they procure and deploy IT: So, based on recommendations contained in the 2009 Defense Scienc ...
I had a chance to read the US GAO report on the use of Agile in the government sector in its entirety. It has some pretty eye opening facts. Apparently (and not surprisingly) the governmen ...
Ten years ago, a new way of working was branded Agile. At that time, many of the practitioners were living on the edge, challenging people and process in ways that were sometimes good but other times overly extreme. Ten years later, agile methods and agile practices are less radical and even more able to provide a competitive advantages if applied pragmatically. In this session, David Hussman will share experience and techniques for introducing agile methods into high governance and high criticality environments. David has successfully introduced agility in medical devices development, aerospace, defense and many government funded projects. The session will explain techniques used to select practices, introduce them and measure their success. Please sign in armed with an open mind and a pile of questions and healthy skepticism
Change is constantly accelerating and aligning closely with the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics “… as systems evolve disorganization and chaos increases ...” All processes in the observable universe follow that same law. Similarly, changes to organizational processes have been accelerating at a much more rapid pace.
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