The way software is developed and deployed experienced an explosive change within the last two decades. Agile methods and practices lead this change and continue to gain momentum.
Agile practices, are exceptionally positioned to allow businesses to take techniques that have been wildly successful in the demanding field of software development and apply them to the general business environment at large.
Scrum, an iterative and incremental Agile software development framework, is arguably the most popular of these practices—to the point where it is now considered conventional within the IT industry. This makes knowledge of Agile and Scrum crucial for any individual in the IT industry.
In today’s blog post I focus on the six most common problems that companies face when they decide to implement agile on a larger scale. A lot of the theory…