Two experts explain how businesses can take the pain out of IT change by ensuring the quality of their IT architecture and taking a more agile approach to managing transition.
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The theoretical underpinnings of agile methods emphasize regular reflection as a means to sustainable development pace and continuous learning, but in practice, high iteration pressure can diminish reflection opportunities.
Over the past two years, something has begun to shift--both in and outside of agile.
There is a huge world of difference between Enterprise Agile and Agile Enterprise. They are both valuable and accomplish very different things.
Read about the most controversial concept in agile delivery.
Is it more important to build the right software or more important to build the software right? The lazy answer is something like "They’re equally important." Let's not be lazy. Let's think about this...
We need to change the way we talk about change management. New technologies, practices, and commercial pressures have made traditional change management approaches difficult to apply effectively. Traditionalists view these new ways of working as irresponsible, inapplicable in an enterprise environment. Others have decided that change management is obsolete in a world where organizations need to be highly responsive to commercial realities. Both of these are wrong.