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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:

  • Frameworks designed for teams.
  • Frameworks designed to help organisations practice Agile at scale, across many teams.

Waterfall vs Agile

What are the key differences between traditional linear, waterfall delivery methodologies and agile frameworks?

What is Kanban?

Is Kanban more than just visualisation of work in-progress?

What is Lean?

What is Lean and how does it help agile teams deliver?

What is SAFe?

The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe®), is a knowledge-base of organisation and workflow patterns. SAFe® enables...

What is Scrum?

Scrum was developed by Sutherland and Schwaber in the early 1990s. It's is a lightweight...

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