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Implementing and Agile Workflow – Reasoning

By Francisco | 2nd December 2014 | 0 Comment


This is the second iteration of my Agile Workflow programme series of articles. Evidence shows that iterative and evolutionary development correlates with lower risk, higher productivity and the lowest defect rate. Alternatively, predictive project approaches have been shown to incur increased costs and delays as the projects duration and complexity increase. Therefore the following projects […]

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Implementing An Agile Workflow – Introduction

By Francisco | 3rd November 2014 | 0 Comment


I’ve written this article as part of and ambitious Agile Programme. This is the first of a series of articles which will underpin the Agile¬†project workflow from inception to delivery and provides a comparision between Agile and other more traditional project management approaches whilst justifying the benefits of using Agile. The document touches briefly on […]

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Agile Principles In Practice

By Francisco | 7th April 2014 | 0 Comment


This articles was originally posted on Clock’s Blog and it explains how to put to practice some of the Agile/Scrum principles. Read original articles on here:

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Why Scrum Simply Works

By Francisco | 10th January 2013 | 0 Comment

After a few projects using Scrum, it becomes fairly easy to understand why Scrum works so well. Scrum is not the secret ingredient for success but it does certainly help us to achieve better results on our projects. This articles was originally posted on Clock’s blog so follow the link and find out why Scrum […]

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