This is one of the first questions that is asked by any enterprise that wants to implent agile. The reason it’s usually asked is because of the agile tenet of “Working software over comprehensive documentation” and the assumption by most people that this means ‘no’ documentation. But putting the documentation issue aside (I’ll get to … Read moreAgile FAQ: Is it true there’s no governance in agile?
When the business keep piling on projects for the IT team, what generally happens is people are then split between multiple projects, with project managers generally being divided the most. The thinking is that a person can split themselves between multiple projects easily and that somehow they will manage to get all the projects done … Read moreAgile FAQ: How do we respond to business demand if we have to allocate people 100%?
One of the main tenets of agile is working in cross-functional teams. This means that individuals in the team each have their own functional expertise,together working towards a combined goal. Having different functions working together increases the chances of creating a great solution; one team member will be able to highlight issues that the others … Read moreCross-functional + Poly-skilled = Grooving!