Agile in small steps

Posted on April 9th, 2007 in Agile, Agile in small steps by siddharta || 2 Comments

There is a lot of literature on the Internet about adopting agile processes for software development. Most of it involves big change like changing the culture of your organisation or reconfiguring the team structure. In order for these changes to be successful, they require solid support from every stakeholder. Executives, team members, even customers have to back the changes.

To get the maximum benefits, it helps when everyone has the agile culture and mindset. But what do you do if you don’t have this support? Are there any steps that you can take to get better?

In this series, I’ll take a look at some ideas and practices that can help you start getting agile without the need for complete organisational support.

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