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Disciplined Agile Delivery: The Foundation for Scaling Agile

  • ID: 2716084
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 36 Pages
  • Cutter Consortium
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Disciplined Agile Delivery: The Foundation for Scaling Agile is a follow-up to June 2013’s 'Disciplined Agile Delivery in the Enterprise' issue.

That edition of the journal covered strategies for bringing greater discipline to Agile software delivery teams, while this one focuses on how to scale disci- plined Agile approaches. The term “scaling Agile” has at least two distinct definitions, both of which make complete sense. One vision focuses on adopting Agile techniques across an entire IT organization and ulti- mately instilling Agile behavior in the enterprise as a whole. The second vision focuses on how to apply Agile techniques in complex situations, in geographi- cally distributed teams, or in regulatory regimes. Some people mistakenly believe these situations are outside the purview of Agile, but that’s clearly not true in practice. In this issue, we explore these visions and show that both are key aspects to truly scaling Agile.

Features

Opening Statement by Scott Ambler

Toward the Agile Organization: Accelerating Innovation in Software Delivery by Alan W. Brown. The article focuses on how to build an Agile organization, exploring the ways the technology, processes, and people will be affected.

A CIO/CTO View on Adopting Agile Within an Enterprise by Peter Herzum. Learn how an organization specializing in the online prepaid, gift card doman brought agile practices and software lifecycle automation into their organization -- enabling their business itself to innovate, grow, and rapidly respond to change.

What It Means to Scale Agile Solution Delivery by Mark Lines and Scott W. Ambler. Learn how DAD’s process, goal-driven strategy provides the guidance that teams require to adapt their approach to the context that they find themselves in, enabling teams to work at scale.

Supporting Governance in Disciplined Agile Delivery Using Noninvasive Measurement and Process Mining by Saulius Astromskis, Andrea Janes, Alberto Sillitti, and Giancarlo Succi. Explore how to noninvasively measure what is occurring in Agile teams to identify potential improvements in your process. This noninvasive measurement is called development intelligence (DI) in the DAD framework, and it supports both process improvement efforts as well as governance in general.

10 Principles for Success in Distributed Agile Delivery by Raja Bavani. Learn about the challenges of distributed Agile delivery and understand the 10 principles that are critical to overcoming these challenges and achieving success.
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1. Opening Statement
by Scott W. Ambler

2. Toward the Agile Organization: Accelerating Innovation in Software Delivery
by Alan W. Brown

3. A CIO/CTO View on Adopting Agile Within an Enterprise
by Peter Herzum

4. What It Means to Scale Agile Solution Delivery
by Mark Lines and Scott W. Ambler

5. Supporting Governance in Disciplined Agile Delivery Using Noninvasive Measurement and Process Mining
by Saulius Astromskis, Andrea Janes, Alberto Sillitti, and Giancarlo Succi

6. 10 Principles for Success in Distributed Agile Delivery
by Raja Bavani
Note: Product cover images may vary from those shown
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