Agile is a methodology, a way of getting work done. it does not, itself, speak to making sure things get done. That, still requires…
This question comes up from time to time. It’s akin to asking moto-enthusiasts what kind of oil you should use in your engine.
Fully evaluating a SaaS service provider requires you look beyond features and benefits, and at the vendor itself. SaaS is as much about relationships and endurance as it is short-term F&B.
Looking for ways to be seen as innovative, progressive, & ‘fresh’? If you’re a business leader, event planner, or meeting facilitator, you’re always watching for ways to make them better.
The key to success is clear: Smooth, rapid, delivery of a product demands effective, clear, and complete communication between all involved parties. It is better to risk over-communicating than the alternative. And, only through frequent communication can teams hope to adapt to change (they need to know about it).
Maybe we should call these Software Anthropology meetings.