Step II in Creating an Agile Organization
Agile offers greater flexibility, reduced overhead, and faster insight into software and product development. However, there are over a dozen implementations of Agile. Some are excellent for consumer web development but less-than-ideal for mobile app store submission practices. Others are fast, but not predicable enough for quarter enterprise product releases or tight capital technologies budget. Which is the best for you?
Over the past 20 years, our team has been using multiple Agile implementations in a wide range of industries and environments:
- Scrum and ScrumBan
- Dynamic Systems Development Model (DSDM)
- Rational Unified Process (RUP) / Unified Process (UP)
- Extreme Programming (XP)
- Feature-driven Development (FDD)
- Test-driven Development (TDD)
- Lean Software Development
We would be happy to help you select the best Agile implementation for your business, put it into practice, and guide your teams in its use.
Of course, using Agile for development is only one step in creating an Agile organization. The first step is Agile Project Management. The last includes DevOps, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery:
We can help you put all of these in place—even if you are in a regulated industry with strict SOPs on documentation, testing and deployment.