A new agile home

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A new agile home

A New Agile Home by Inga Steinmetz

Why do some IT projects fail and why are others successful? If you believe the CHAOS report of the Standish Group, projects fail due to

  • the lack of preparatory work done by users
  • incomplete and unclear specifications
  • and the frequent changes made to specifications.

Agile procedural models from the past decade have shown us how we can realise projects to our customers’ satisfaction in spite of dynamic project environments (to put it in friendlier terms) and increasingly shorter product cycles. From our point of view, it is important to provide tools which help organise project work without forcing the user into a tight corset. Basically, an agile home in which you can live and work happily. According to the same report, successful projects are ones which:

  1. integrate end-users
  2. have support from upper management and
  3. have clear specifications

If you take care of the second, then we will take care of your new agile home with Atlassian and a whole range of other useful add-ons – which make the first and the third even enjoyable. Want to know how this works? Get in touch with us!

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