As a fast-growing consultancy supporting a host of global clients on business-critical projects, the importance of a strong support team is more important than ever. From HR and finance to sales and admin, we are expanding the number of business roles at our Newcastle HQ and our other regional offices. Working in these teams requires a passion for collaboration, commitment to effective delivery, and a desire to support our continued growth.
A common misconception I have frequently observed in organisations that are adopting agile is around using story points for planning, forecasting and progress tracking. Long- and mid-term planning in agile can have devastating effects on teams, which is why I’d like to shed some light on it and talk about how the situation can be tackled in an agile way.
For the past 5 years, I have worked extensively in government projects using agile. All of them went through a Government Digital Service (GDS) assessment of some kind at some point in their evolution.
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