Agile projects require continuous analysis

Too many agile projects fail to analyse the problem they are trying to solve because they feel analysis takes too long. All too often the decision to introduce IT is taken by well-meaning senior managers who fail to see the need for analysis or understand the problem they are trying to solve with IT.  Once the problem has been assigned to the IT department analysis can be side-lined in favour of development work and technical solution. If you give the problem to IT to solve, then they are going to look to IT to solve it!

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DREAM Event

Following on from my keynote at the DREAM (Dutch Requirements,  Engineering And Management) event in the Netherlands in October 2016, I was asked to do a follow up interview for their DREAM Magazine.

You can read my interview here (in English!) and the whole magazine is also available, with some articles in Dutch.

Lynda Girvan presenting her keynote at DREAM Event 2017
Lynda Girvan presenting her keynote at DREAM Event 2017