The Roots of Agile, Part 2

Posted October 4, 2007 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence, Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies

Last month (see "The Roots of Agile, Part 1," 6 September 2007), we broadened the concept of agile software development by considering the underlying factors that make any development process more agile, whether it is a software development process that can take advantage of certain special characteristics of the software medium or the development of a non-software product for which conventional agile software techniques would not apply.

About The Author
Preston Smith
Preston G. Smith has been an independent management consultant since 1986 helping manufacturers to bring new products to market faster. He is coauthor of the time-to-market classic,Developing Products in Half the Time. More recently, he has authored Flexible Product Development (Jossey-Bass, 2007), which re-creates the approaches of agile software development to enable the developers of non-software products to enjoy the benefits of an agile… Read More
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