Agile planning in real life

First-hand advice for developing releases with agile planning

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Steffan Surdek

Date archived: April 22, 2019 | Last updated: April 15, 2009|First published: March 31, 2009

Are you part of a team that wants to get on the agile planning bandwagon? Are you using iterative development and still stuck doing "waterations"? In this article, the author puts his experience assisting and teaching IBM product teams into a roadmap that answers the question: "How do I start developing releases with agile planning?" He covers the basics of agile planning and shares his insights into what works and what doesn't. Editor's note: Figures 1 and 4 were updated and other corrections were added at the author's request.

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