Rethink the software development process, the human factor.

Considering the human factor in software development

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Aya Elgebeely

Date archived: December 23, 2016 | First published: October 09, 2012

Embracing agile methods are not about processes and tools as much as it is about people. To get the agile approach (or any other process) to work for a team, the important human factor needs to get enough attention. That's a new challenge to project managers and leaders. Aya Elgebeely discusses how to save process initiation efforts, costs, and time by making priorities clear to leaders and managers and clarifying the best way to get buy-in within teams.

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