Agile Delivery Kit for Software Organisations


How to work in an agile way. This starter kit provides the strategies, recipes. workshops, technologies, practices, and guides that will help you and your people create a way of work that enables success.


First Principals



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Last Updated: Thu 9 May 2024 08:36

These are the basic propositions or assumptions that the rest of the document is based on.


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  • Value-based Prioritization - Focus on delivering value to the stakeholders
  • Self-Organization - Self Organizing teams have the autonomy to determine how to achieve their goals
  • Market Focus - Update the work based on market and user feedback on timelines shorter than one month
  • Empirical Process Control - Team and stakeholders should be transparent about the work, inspect the progress regularly, and adapt the plan as necessary to achieve the desired outcomes
  • Emergant Work - The work needed will emerge as we do the work and help others do it
  • Emergant Practices - Processes, practices and tools necessary will emerge as we do the work and help others do it
  • Continuous Delivery - Continuous delivery of valuable product to at least some subset of real users every iteration (including the first) and gathering feedback
  • Common Goals - All participants and stakeholders should understand the overall strategic goals and be able to see how the work contributes to it

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