Over the past few years, agile development techniques have entered the IT domain, and Lean start-up principles are now prompting organizations to define minimum viable products to learn quickly from customer feedback. In our experience, mature scrum teams are an essential cornerstone of agile working, but on their own they cannot ensure the delivery of added value to the market. Close collaboration with business representatives, e.g. product owners and stakeholders, is necessary to ensure that the business realm also spills over to delivery teams. Leadership that facilitates transparency and a “fail fast, learn fast” mentality, flanked by agile portfolio management, is also needed for delivering customer value in the long term. It is a real challenge to remain compliant with legislation and keep control without losing the desired agility when delivering new products and services to the market. Quint’s track record with our clients speaks for itself, and proves that our agile approach is successful in the long run.
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General IT knowledge
Training your people in agile working is the ideal way to align your organization or project team with the concepts of Agile and its associated methodologies. Although many people talk about using Agile, there are many misconceptions and misunders