At the moment, everything seems to be ‘agile’. We see ‘agile’ projects, ‘agile’ software development and more recently ‘agile’ organisations. In this quest to be more agile, the very premise of agile itself seems to have been lost. In this article, I will explore this thing called ‘agile’ and will attempt to address a few problems that have developed in relation to agile.
With agile being at the forefront of many conversations and, sometimes, debates in organizations around the world, how can business analysis professionals stay ahead of the curve and provide increased value to their organizations?
Later this year, the global business analysis community will once again gain access to the latest evolution in thinking, tools and direction with the release of the Agile Extension to the BABOK® Guide v3 version 2.
It would come as no surprise to any business analysis professional that a software development company understands, supports and utilizes the strength of agile in building their business solutions.
When undertaking an agile initiative, do you still start at the traditional point of eliciting and analyzing changes? Are requirements still needed or does agile provide a different model to be successful?
Enhanced Productivity with Sparx Systems and IIBA. It used to be that you would grab the hardcopy BABOK® Guide v3 sitting on the bookshelf in your work space or you opened a copy of your PDF. You immediately jumped to the section you were looking for.