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How to handle business change within an agile development environment?

If a company is to be Agile, "the entire company" needs to be Agile. It's not something you just decide to do, or actually... decide on the development team to do. It's a change in mindset. ...
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How to handle business change within an agile development environment?

I don't think this is specific to frequent releases (though it does exacerbate the problem I guess) as the main problem is "I used this system yesterday just fine and now I can't find the ...
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How to handle business change within an agile development environment?

My question is therefore around how such users can be brought along on the journey without imposing delays on the development community, who are tasked with implementing technical change? A useful ...
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How to handle business change within an agile development environment?

This is a really great question, although perhaps a bit too broad to be a good fit for PMSE. Firstly it must be said that the term agile is too often assumed to refer to the Agile Manifesto for ...
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How to handle business change within an agile development environment?

This is why product owner for one team is a full time job. The product owner doesn't usually just work in isolation, a huge part of the product owner's job is getting feedback and buy-in from all the ...
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Can the User and Supplier roles be combined? How to mitigate the risks?

I believe that these roles CAN be combined, with care. I would expect that in such a circumstance you are delivering a project using resources and tools provided by one manager, where the project is ...
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