Sound agile planning isn’t about focusing on how to get to the end state quicker; it’s about informing each step of the process along the way to help you identify and deal with complexity.
Guest post by David Landry Former Elabor8er, David Landry has been leading significant technology and business change projects for over 30 years. Agile comes with big expectations. Companies think that by applying agile ways of working, they will instantly simplify their processes and begin to deliver faster, with less people, while at the same time removing costs from the organisation.…
As Agile software development becomes increasingly popular there’s still a common misconception that it requires no planning. And yet a study undertaken by VersionOne discovered that 30% of respondents are actually worried about Agile’s lack of up-front planning