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5 Things IT Managers Should Understand about Agile Development

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We’ve all heard that a million times before: agile approaches can help create better software faster. For IT managers and developers it means creating high-quality bug-free software that meets or exceeds user expectations, and delivering it on time and within budget. So how can agile make these goals achievable?

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Agile Project Management: A Quick Start Guide for Beginners

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If you’re new to project management and agile, there are many different aspects you have to consider to effectively apply the agile methodology to your business. This might seem overwhelming for beginners, so we’ve collected the most frequently asked questions that cover the agile basics every PM freshman needs to know.

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Why You Need Agile to Avoid Project Failures

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Failures happen every day to businesses in all types of industries around the world. In some cases, problems are the sole fault of the employees or businesses. In other cases, they may be due to the customer, including insufficient, over-ambitious or unnecessary requirements, poor contract drafting and contract management… the list goes on. So the question is: can agile help IT companies avoid project management headaches?

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4 Steps to Make Your Enterprise More Agile (and Benefit from It)

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In today’s business world, agile has become the synonym for speed and innovation. But many organisations still believe they are too big or too process-oriented to scale agile across the whole enterprise – instead, they limit it to one or two departments. Does this sound familiar to you?

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7 Agile Misconceptions that May Be Holding You Back

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Agile has been highly popularized since 2001: the traditional Waterfall development was considered slow and dysfunctional while Agile promised a quick response to changing business requirements and client needs.

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