Posts Tagged: pragmatism

Reconciling “agile” and “traditional”

This is a question that I get quite often: how do you reconcile the new agile processes like Scrum or Kanban or new approaches to product development (like Lean Startup) both based on empiricism with old, traditional, prediction based project management methods? It seems hard because the traditional approach is all about planning & execution

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The Future of Agile

With 2010 ending soon it is a good moment to think about the future of agile. First – lets define it: agile is a set of principles, methods and practices that emphasise short turnaround times, high flexibility (also as a way of dealing with risk through adaptation), focus on quality and teams. Agile has been

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