| April 14, 2016
The Extreme Programming stance was different from the methods of the past. What happens if we take all the best practices and turn the knob to 11?
Following the advise of others doesn't always lead to success. Take stock of your particular situation, do your research, then leap with both feet.
| January 4, 2016
When applying Agile practices to your UI, iteration on these aspects should, and will, be slower and more disciplined so as to not upset the users you are trying to reach.
| October 20, 2015
Learn more about three options for working with Agile development practices across teams.
Meet our newest blogger and explore the range of topics he plans to cover.
| August 1, 2014
Simply telling a team to self-organize does not mean they have the ability to do so
| June 25, 2014
It’s possible to solve the agility-killing software customization problem
| June 18, 2014
Agility is harder than it sounds, especially when legacy runs the business.
| June 12, 2014
The notion that information technology is the business is a point that underlies the entire Bloomberg Agile Architecture vision
For many organizations there’s a fundamental disconnect between the next-gen digital vision and the reality of today’s intractable legacy-centric business.
The reason Agile software architecture will never be agile is because it is by necessity focused on building software. In other words, it’s caught in a Catch-22 that it will never escape.
Agile Architecture pulls together all the elements into a coherent, realizable story for implementing technology-enabled business agility across the enterprise.
Some policies must be enforced across organizational and technical silos.