Agile is a preferred iterative and incremental program development methodology that collaborates effort between cross-functional teams encouraged to bring desired outcomes for customers.
In this article at Hackernoon, John Cutler explains that software product development in the lean or agile methodology is contrary to intuition unless the team is practicing it for a while.
Leaps of Faith
The key to software development depends on how companies manage to streamline the execution process of the development lifecycle. To help firms achieve that, adoption of agile application is the key as it helps reduce IT project failures. To make meaningful progress, here are the three essential foundational leaps to take:
- Work More Closely: The teams need to closely work in deep coordination to ensure zero flaws in the process. Closer collaboration, team retrospectives, handoffs, mentoring and coaching, all needs to be a part of the work process.
- Work Lighter: Teams, tasks, classes and methods, components, everything works well if the teams work in small groups with the lesser workload on each individual.
- Frequency: Of course, when things are smaller and lighter, getting feedback frequently from real customers integrates better outcomes.
Keeping a consistent level of quality and release after launch is the trick to a successful agile software development process. One of the principal goals of an agile group during sprint meeting would be to collectively explore approaches to eliminate this specialized debt.
The author believes that it is perfectly natural to feel incompetent, uncomfortable, bothered, or even pessimistic in agile transformation. So, the trick is to make safety a precondition and be ready to get a little uncomfortable. Click on the following link to read the original article: https://hackernoon.com/agiles-three-leaps-of-faith-29599a5c78ac