Being Agile in a non agile world

Being Agile in a non agile world

While agile techniques eliminate many of the risks associated with software development, they can be difficult to apply to non-agile environments. Organizations typically struggle to effectively combine this modern development approach with more traditional software engineering techniques. This reduces their ability to provide optimal software quality.

This Webcast explores the benefits associated with agile development techniques. Learn how to effectively combine agile development techniques with traditional SDLC and other software engineering techniques. Explore the basic concepts behind agile thinking and the three perspectives associated with this process.


David West Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

David West works with Application Development & Delivery professionals. He is a leading expert on software development process, Agile development, Lean thinking, process improvement, project management, and requirements management. His interest in software modeling and application development led to his authoring the book, Head First Object-Oriented Analysis and Design. He also covers the area of product development and its relationship with software systems development.

Ivar Jacobson Consulting
Mar 25, 2008, 14:00 EDT (18:00 GMT)
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