Why hasn’t Agile made greater inroads in corporate Applications functions?
The problem is not one of training in Agile methodologies but one of knowing which practices, processes, and conditions are critical to help Agile to thrive. Four common misconceptions cause organizations to suboptimize their Agile implementations.
Myth 1: The “scope creep” of Agile projects’ often results in time and budget overruns.
Myth 2: Only certain system types are suitable for Agile development.
Myth 3: High-performing Waterfall developers will succeed in an Agile environment.
Myth 4: The collaborative demands of Agile require teams to be physically colocated.
Download the executive summary on the right to learn the truths behind the four agile myths.