Agile ROI Part I: The Business Case for Agility

Too many technology projects fail to deliver on the expected value. Some don’t deliver at all. From experience, we’ve all come to know the outcomes of software initiatives where results aren’t matching forecasts. The application of traditional project management methods offers poor risk mitigation and continues to frustrate business professionals. The impact of today’s economy only adds to the challenge, forcing financial and technology professionals to make tough decisions in order to free up capital, reduce cost, and increase overall project and portfolio return. In this Agile Journal article, John Rudd discusses some of the financial benefits of adopting Agile, and describes how to quantify the potential value of these innovative practices for your organization.

Published Article: Agile ROI Part I: The Business Case for Agility

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