EK Presenting on Agile at Upcoming IEEE Event

Enterprise Knowledge’s Joe Hilger will be co-presenting at the May 27th IEEE Software Special Interest Group meeting in McLean, VA.  Hilger and Mark Shima of CIO Accelerators will share interesting ways to make Agile projects deliver real business value at … Continue reading

Agile Business Value Teams

Information Technology practitioners have made great strides improving delivery using Agile concepts.  Development Teams are now faster, more empowered, and motivated using frameworks like Scrum.  A key to this success is that delivery teams work closely with the business through … Continue reading

Agile Roadmaps for Product Selection

Selecting new enterprise software products is one of the most challenging and potentially high risk tasks many organizations undertake. How often have you gone through a lengthy purchasing process only to find that the choice you made is not the … Continue reading

Top 5 Agile Myths: Myth #5 Agile is Only for Software Development

As I’ve written previously, it is exciting to see more and more organizations adopting Agile development processes but there remains a great deal of confusion regarding what Agile is and how it can best be actualized.  This post addresses the … Continue reading

Top 5 Agile Myths: Myth #4 Agile Only Works When People are Co-located

As I’ve written previously, it is exciting to see more and more organizations adopting Agile development processes, as Agile helps organizations speed time to market, lower project risk and improve relations between business and IT.  In my continuing efforts to … Continue reading

Top 5 Agile Myths: Myth #3 Agile is Just the Latest Project Management Fad

As I’ve written previously, more and more organizations are adopting Agile development processes, but there remains a great deal of confusion regarding what Agile is and what it can do. This post is the continuation of my series to quash … Continue reading

Top 5 Agile Myths: Myth #2 Agile Teams are Made Up of Only Developers

As I’ve written previously, it is exciting to see more and more organizations adopting Agile development processes.  Agile helps organizations speed time to market, lower project risk and improve relations between business and IT.  Unfortunately, there is still a lot … Continue reading

Top 5 Agile Myths: Myth #1 Agile Lacks the Planning Required by Large Organizations

It is exciting to see more and more organizations adopting Agile development processes.  Agile helps organizations speed time to market, lower project risk and improve relations between business and IT.  Unfortunately, there is still a lot of misinformation or myths … Continue reading