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    PRACTICAL INSIGHT AND METHODS FOR SUCCESSFUL IT DELIVERY

    Innovations in technology and commerce have disrupted traditional business models and accelerated the pace of change. Organizations are seeking new working methods and technologies to increase agility and efficiency without introducing significant risk. Drawing on nearly 30 years of delivery experience, BJSS has developed the Enterprise Agile® approach to help organizations realize greater value through increased delivery flexibility. Enterprise Agile® calls for iterative solution development to better meet shifting user needs.

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    In the Enterprise Agile Book, you'll learn:

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    What works and what doesn't when designing, delivering, and maintaining enterprise-scale systems. 

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    Agile software management and delivery practices for enterprise-level organizations and projects. 

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    How to realize greater value through increased flexibility to meet user needs.ds. 

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    What ‘good’ looks like in terms of implementing technology change and running technology services.

    Learn how you can use Enterprise Agile to Recover an ‘At Risk’ Project

    WHAT IS DIFFERENT ABOUT ENTERPRISE AGILE?

    Enterprise Agile uniquely aligns Agile software delivery processes with the typical challenges larger organizations face and is backed by decades of real-world experience. When research from the Standish Group suggests that 23% of large Agile projects fail, Enterprise Agile offers practical guidance based on a true understanding of how to make enterprise-level Agile project management overcome these hurdles and deliver results. 

    Enterprise Agile is based on nearly 30 years of experience in delivering and supporting business-critical systems in some of the most demanding public and private sector environments. We constantly evolve the Enterprise Agile project management methodology to keep it relevant as changing global pressures and technologies redefine the way organizations operate. This updated edition of Enterprise Agile includes a new chapter about how enterprise-level organizations can drive value through data-led programs. 

    THE QUEEN’S AWARD FOR ENTERPRISE INNOVATION – WINNING DELIVERY APPROACH

    The Enterprise Agile approach is a distillation of years of our learnings from delivering industrial-strength solutions for clients in some of the most complex environments and has been recognized with a Queens Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category.  

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    FAQS

    What is included in the Enterprise Agile book?

    Enterprise Agile covers the following topics: Patterns for Delivering Value, The Optimal Team, Effective Leadership, Analyzing User Needs, Defining the Product Increment, and Enterprise Data. 

    What kind of business is the Enterprise Agile approach appropriate for?

    BJSS has successfully applied the principles of Enterprise Agile on small, single-cell projects up to enterprise-wide technology transformations that significantly changed the operating model at large organizations. BJSS recommends practical and appropriate application of Agile principles through our proven Enterprise Agile approach. 

    Is Enterprise Agile relevant to a specific industry or sector?

    Enterprise Agile is based on BJSS' extensive experience in numerous industries across both the private and public sectors. As an Agile management approach, it is based on projects in these industries: Retail and Consumer, Financial Services, Health and Social Care, Government, and Energy. 

    Does Enterprise Agile account for projects with large vendor ecosystems?

    Many of the projects that inform the Enterprise Agile delivery framework have been engagements with complex networks of vendors. As such, Enterprise Agile includes practical commercial models to engage multiple delivery partners and recommends approaches for managing multiple suppliers operating in remote or hybrid ways.