Agile Software Development, Scrum, Extreme Programing, XP, Test Driven Development, TDD, Feature Driven Development, FDD, Lean, DSDM, Behavior Driven Development, BDD, Refactoring, Pair Programming, Kanban

Doing Agile Without Anyone Realizing It

A team whose output is mainly “business as usual” – a team that subs and publishes stories and distributes them around a network – might not seem like it lends itself to Agile processes. A team already somewhat cynical about meetings, agendas, phone calls and so on might not seem like a good target for introducing a new process like Agile. We decided to see if our team would benefit by using Agile processes (spoiler alert: they did), but we never mentioned the word “Agile” to them. Now they are proposing more Agile-type processes on their own – and they still don’t know they are “doing Agile”.

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