Agile methods represent a huge cultural shift for agencies, but a supportive community helps bridge the gap.
AGL has compiled a series of free online courses that take government workers through the basics of agile in just a few weeks.
A panel of public sector leaders with on-the-job agile experience shared their stories and practical advice to explain the cultural shifts that agile brings to government.
These tips are written specifically for someone leading a department within government, from the smallest cities and counties to large federal agencies.
Listen to government leaders with hands-on Agile experience share their stories and ideas, along with practical advice for those aiming to adopt Agile practices into their agencies.
Join our webinar in partnership with GMIS International, a roundtable discussion featuring panelists with real-world experience implementing Agile into their agencies. Learn and share in an open dialogue with and for Agile practitioners focusing on what Agile management and methodologies can bring to government organizations.
Salt Lake City Chief Information Officer Bill Haight shares how his city adopted Agile in a new AGL case study.
Bill Haight, CIO at Salt Lake City, talks about challenges and shares recommendations about adopting Agile in government.
Watch Salt Lake City Chief Information Officer Bill Haight and IMS Business Services Manager Drew Gordan share how they introduced and implemented Agile, including advice, challenges and lessons learned.
AGL is partnering with GMIS, an association of government IT leaders representing more than 500 members across U.S. cities, counties, states and internationally, to bring more awareness to agile in the public sector.