Agile isn’t a methodology – a set of fixed and typically highly prescriptive set of processes. Agile frameworks define a purposefully minimal and incomplete set of approaches to planning, managing, and executing work.
Agile frameworks typically fall into two categories:
The frameworks that fit under the umbrella term “agile”.
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Yuval Yeret answers questions on flows inside and outside Scrum from a Lean and Kanban perspective
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The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®), is a knowledge-base of organisation and workflow patterns. SAFe® enables Scrum,
Scrum was developed by Sutherland and Schwaber in the early 1990s. It’s is a lightweight framework
Many organisations seek agility. Its promise is faster delivery, higher quality, and lower costs, all with