Why Agile Does Not Work!
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Last Updated: Fri 2 Jun 2023 07:26
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Agile is a buzzword of software development, and so all software development projects are, almost by default, now declared to be “agile”. The purpose of this page is to provide guidance to program executives and acquisition professionals on how to detect software projects that are really using agile development versus those that are simply waterfall or spiral development in agile clothing (“agile-scrum-fall”).
References: Related papers and Articles
The Scrum Guide (Guide)The Scrum Guide contains the definition of Scrum.
Kanban Guide for Scrum Teams (Guide)The flow-based perspective of Kanban can enhance and complement the Scrum framework and its implementation.