Agile practices are over a decade old. We discuss the progression of Agile development, focusing on how it’s changed and where it’s going.
In this episode of the Centric Biz and Tech Talks podcast, Shawn Wallace leads a discussion about the importance of Agile patterns and practices in business.
Centric long-time technologists Matt Miller, Joe Ours and Chris Urian join Shawn to talk about Agile patterns and practices 10 to 15 years after it first took the scene. In this discussion, we talk about Agile development– how it got started, what it looks like now, trends, and where it is going in the future.
We reflect on Agile’s development over the years, talking about early stages, such as the need for Organizational Change Management (OCM) and learning about how teams work together. Then we dig into the progression of Agile and the need for distributed teams to communicate well and work collaboratively in a global economy.
Finally, we discuss what is next with teams, psychological safety, and the changes in communicating with clients about waterfall versus Agile fixed-scope projects.
However, in the end, the future is still all about speed. It is important to keep speed to market while maintaining quality and innovating quickly, and Agile helps you get there.
Join in the discussion on this installment of the podcast!