Agile is here to stay and organisations need to embrace the new wave of agile thinking. But to succeed with Agile and to reap the benefits it can deliver it is essential that you have good governance in place.
In 2001 the term ‘agile’ was created to represent a family of lightweight approaches to software development. Over a decade later agile is now mainstream and is changing the way organisations deliver benefit to their customers whether this involves I.T. or not.
Agile is now commonly used in most organisations but most people struggle when the conditions are not in the ideal agile sweet-spot of collocation and small teams.
DSDM is one of the fastest growing agile approaches at the moment. It forms the basis for the Agile Project Management (AgilePM) qualification accredited by the APMG and this is currently their fastest growing qualification.