The Agile Organization: What We Can Learn from Software Development
Creators:Snapp, Mary Beth
Keywords:agile software development
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Agile planning and operations is one focus area of the strategic directions (2018) of University Libraries at Ohio State. To illuminate what it means to be an agile organization, the presenter outlines key milestones in the history of agile software development, its core values and common practices, and how it differs from the waterfall approach to software development. Seven characteristics of IT agility are identified with recommendations about how these characteristics can be extended to the organization at large to increase organizational agility.
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