Agile Government Leadership Steering Committee member Cathy Novak shares how New South Wales Transport Management Centre adopted Agile in a new AGL case study:
Regardless of the amount of time spent on the upfront design and requirements of a new system, once it goes into development, the workflows will most likely be much more complicated than the users originally depicted. Chris Ruwoldt, TMC Manager of Transport Operations Systems, believes that one of the major advantages of using Agile was the fact that the sub workflows are discovered through the elaboration phase. With waterfall, the requirements are locked in at the time of contract and these new requirements could not have been catered for without an Agile approach. Agile helps requirements become much more detailed and sophisticated.
Case study: Agile Government and New South Wales – Transport Management Centre
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