"Innovation is the primary driver of prosperity, job growth, social responsibility, environmental sustainability and national security.” - Curtis Carlson, former president of Stanford Research Institute (SRI) and author of the book 'Innovation'.
Agile transformation is firmly on the horizon for organizations around the world, a new Scrum Alliance® membership survey shows. As digital transformation has steadily increased demand for faster turnarounds, user-friendly platforms and flexible goals, modern business demands ever more Agile workflows.
Forbes magazine says that Agile is the world's most popular innovation engine.
More than 50% work done in organisations worldwide is based on the Agile method and 62% is the success rate on such projects.
Given this widespread use of Agile, are you ready to work in such an environment?
The nuts and bolts of the agile method of development
How this method enables quality execution, rapid MVP deliveries with quick end user acceptance.
A sample project broken down into scrums and explained.
Where all does the Agile method apply.
How students can use this to accelerate their learning.