Tag Archives: DSDM

Two Agile worlds

There is a recurring theme that has been around the agile community for a while now. One so pervading the industry that I have spent quite some time reflecting on it. Have you noticed that people are questioning the very … Continue reading

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The context behind user stories

How do you go about generating the requirements on your agile project? Does your Business Analyst go around interviewing each of the business stakeholders? Do you hold one or more workshops where stories are written in a group? If you … Continue reading

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Degrees of agility

Google “agile software development” (and by the way, any company that gets their name turned into a universally-used verb has seriously ‘made it’) and you will find literally hundreds of thousands of articles and blogs telling you exactly how to … Continue reading

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Integrating Agile into PRINCE2

Back in July 2010, I received an email asking me to comment on a white paper which described “the benefits of running PRINCE2 and DSDM together and to provide a general overview on how to achieve this”. To put this … Continue reading

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Atern Principle 1 – Focus on the Business Need

This is fundamental to Agile, not just Atern. It implies a focus on the immediate need of the Business as a whole, not just what is in a plan published six months ago. That plan will probably have changed. It … Continue reading

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