Why is "Use Scrum or the Kanban method?" the wrong question to ask?
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You're planning to move away from Waterfall and adopt Agile in your organization. This article offers some steps you can take as you make the transition.
Do you understand the difference between a vision and a goal? Visions are inherently more abstract, while setting business goals is more absolute.
In the projects some of us are involved in, we put a lot of energy into becoming agile. This is often a tough fight because the environment can be as anti agile as it can get.
Now that agile methods have become mainstream in software development, working code (and automated tests) are being considered as the most important team artifacts. Is modeling not needed any more? Is UML dead?
It's the whole point of project management methodologies like Agile and Scrum, but there are some instances where you can get too much of a good thing--and collaboration can become a hindrance.
The push toward more Agile, open-source development has driven developers to cooperate more by using social media tools and collaborative environments.
Rally Software and Carnegie Mellon's Software Engineering Institute (SEI) are researching the impact of agile software development practices using data from Rally's Agile Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) platform.
If you have a team with testers, BAs and coders, does it make sense for testers to code, BAs to test and coders to gather requirements?
Read about why agility cannot be confined to a process or method...