The team at Energized Work are very upbeat about their process, and in particular how it helps generate real company income every week. Much of their recipe will be familiar to most agile practitioners, but there are some good extra suggestions, too. AGILE IN ACTION: ‘No excuses’ done done.
Nice little post highlighting the need for value information along with cost estimates. Don’t worry about how valuable it will be, just tell me how much it costs?
Planning what order to do stuff in is a vital, yet very difficult, part of software development. Agile wisdom usually stresses the need to do things in order of “business value”, but this can sometimes be extremely tricky to evaluate. Another approach is to do things in an order intended to decrease risk, such as …
This is an interesting and thoughtful post. The term “business value” is often used in discussions of agile processes, but it can be hard to pin down what it really means. AGILE IN ACTION: Agile2008: Converting business value into actual money