Avoiding common agile myths in government

Washington TechnologyIn striving toward agile practices, there are some common misunderstandings agencies should watch out for, according to Washington Technology.

From the article:

Scrum is the most commonly used Agile methodology, but doing Scrum doesn’t mean you’re being Agile. You often see teams holding Daily Scrums, and other Scrum ceremonies, but still requiring long testing cycles, creating comprehensive requirements documents, or executing lengthy deployments.

Read the full article: 4 agile myths and how to avoid them | Washington Technology

2017-04-23T23:02:29-07:00 January 25th, 2017|Categories: Agile government|Tags: |

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