Agile, Empowerment and The Rolling Stones
Our latest DevOps Academy intake have now been here for about 6 weeks and are in the process of becoming experts in AWS, CI/CD and all things Cloud and DevOps over a 12-week intensive course. They’ll also be having a number of sessions on Agile and Scrum. Recently I presented to them about ITIL and […]
Where do delays start?
Agile • Business Blog • Devops
Delays are a problem for almost everyone that has ever worked in the IT industry, even with the best team and a generous budget it can be difficult to avoid them. Especially in the highly regulated industries which we’re so familiar with. Its rarely one person’s fault, so is there something that can be done […]
Minimising risk through Agile service lifecycle
Although many organisations realised how important it is to adopt agile ways of working, and what the benefits of business agility are, it is still very challenging to gather all business requirements and insights from user research to inform better decisions. Usually, in this phase, many of us rush as we want to deliver value […]
How to start Agile Transformation
Transitioning to agile ways of working is not easy. The transition may take a long time and the results may not be visible straight away because changing people’s mindset and culture doesn’t happen overnight. It is important to realise the benefits of Agile transformation and the reasons for it. Many teams start adopting agile ways […]
Agile: Beyond the buzzwords
This section of the Agile series is going to run through some of the most common buzzwords and potential pitfalls we see on a regular basis when we look at agile ways of working. The core values are simple but it can get complicated when terminology overrules principles. When we see teams who do regular […]
Agility, moving beyond agile methodologies for business goals
This is the second blog of our agile series by Iwona Winiarska, for part one click here. Many organisations need to keep up with the changing environment: shifting business priorities, changing technology solutions or more demanding user needs. As a result, they need to change their old ways of working to become more nimble, adaptive […]
Defining ‘Agile’ with Iwona Winiarska
This is the first in a series of Agile business blogs by Iwona Winiarska, a renowned Agile Delivery Manager and Coach who we were delighted to welcome onboard at Automation Logic in January 2019. An agile approach is an alternative to other project management methodologies such as Waterfall used for delivering projects and building products […]
Leadership Team Development at AL with Georg Fasching
At AL we regularly post blogs discussing our passion for growing and maintaining a great Company culture, living our values and keeping our people and our clients at the heart of all we do. In fact our two founders described their views just recently when being interviewed about what it meant to them to place […]
With Agile and DevOps there is no Hiding Place for the Incompetent.
This is one of the hardest issues to tackle and I am not sure I have an answer. Read to find out more.
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