Delivery roles at Scott Logic are key to the success of our projects, and therefore to building long-term relationships with our clients. All our project managers and business analysts follow a set of key principles which improve performance and results. These ensure that all requirements are thoroughly mapped, that appropriate agile frameworks are adopted, and that effective collaboration runs through the whole project. We are seeking to grow our delivery team across all our regional offices in the year ahead. Read more about our Assured Agile delivery approach.
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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.
I recently entered a talk into a Lightning Talks competition for a local meetup - Agile North East. My aim was to quickly visit ten points about agile software development that people in the audience would recognise from their own experiences.
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