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Breaking the Addiction to Process: An Introduction to Agile Development

Breaking the Addiction to Process - An Introduction to Agile Development

SKU: 3335
Authors: Elizabeth Scanlon Thomas
Publishers: IT Governance Publishing
Format: Adobe eBook
ISBN13: 9781849281775
Pages: 129
Published: 05 Apr 2011
Availability: Always Available
Format: Adobe ePub
ISBN13: 9781849281850
Pages: 129
Published: 05 Apr 2011
Availability: Always Available
Format: Softcover
ISBN13: 9781849281768
Pages: 136
Published: 05 Apr 2011
Availability: In Stock
Price: $24.99


Not sure if you want to become Agile? This book will explain why you should.

We live and work in an age in which clients’ needs are changing rapidly. Deadlines are shortening and existing development methodologies are relatively inflexible. Projects undertaken using these systems are coming up against increasing difficulties. Modern processes need to be fast-moving and adaptable to cope with the pace of business today.

Revolutionize your working practices with Agile

Agile development methods offer greater flexibility than traditional methods. Their emphasis on incremental testing allows maximum adaptability, giving you the tools you need to meet your customers’ needs efficiently and cost-effectively.

Save time and money

This twelve-step guide will give you a clear understanding of the way Agile works. It can save you time and money by helping you to:

  • improve your business practices
  • develop your relationships with your customers
  • work more efficiently with your colleagues
  • create streamlined and successful working practices

Discover how Agile can help you deliver the results your clients want and to improve your own job.

About the author

Elizabeth Scanlon Thomas is a member of the Nokia Agile Community and the London Agile Community. She works as a documentation manager at Nokia, having begun her career in advertising and marketing before moving into writing in IT.

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