Three deadly pitfalls to avoid on agile implementations
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Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: January 23, 2012
Businesses need innovation in today’s marketplace. This is not always easy and, in many cases, a new approach is required to reinvigorate innovation. An agile delivery approach can provide substantial, quantifiable business value compared to traditional approaches, but you have to do more than decide that you're going to implement agile. Many agile implementations start off with good intentions, but do not deliver on the promise of agile because of a lack of experience, plan and executive sponsorship. If you can address these challenges, your agile projects are more likely to succeed.
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