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Since we were founded in 1993, one of our core values was a total focus on delivery. In pursuit of this continued vision, we’ve dedicated a great deal of effort to discovering what works, and what doesn’t, when designing, delivering and maintaining enterprise scale systems.
The Enterprise Agile book is a distillation of years of our learnings from delivering industrial strength software for clients in some of the most complex environments.
Head of IT Delivery
Research from the Standish Group suggests that 23% of large agile projects fail outright, compared to 42% of large Waterfall projects. We’ve been asked by many clients to rescue projects in distress that have used these approaches. What we found was that neither Waterfall or agile truly satisfy stakeholder objectives. Waterfall cannot provide rapid and frequent value, while agile is incompatible with operating models and governance of large organisations.
Aligns Agile software delivery processes with the typical challenges faced by larger organisations.
Creates realistic commercial models and explained how to engage delivery partners.
Decreases the costs of uncontrollable risks.
Optimises the organisation and culture of large product teams.
Clarifies the roles of team members and how to manage them for optimum results.
Automates software creation, the sourcing of management information, and the testing and deployment of the software.
Provides insight into how to work with users spread across various offices.
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We introduce agility and the Value Triangle and explain why frequent change is essential in the modern organisation.
We provide some background around how IT delivery should be configured in an agile organisation and how the approach can be tailored to suit each situation.
We describe the patterns and practices that ensure change initiatives deliver value for your organisation.
We cover how best to organise your people for effective delivery.
We discuss how Enterprise Agile projects are led, including the leadership roles and how we govern delivery.
We explore the Enterprise Agile approach to capturing and understanding user needs.
We define the Product Increment and outline possible delivery patterns and how they might work together with all the ceremonies involved in Sprint-based delivery.
We cover how our engineering approach is deployed as part of Enterprise Agile.
We explore how organisations can develop and refine a Service Wrap appropriate to their situation.
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