Archive of Agile


As the name implies, agile is a means for “getting things done” in the world of work. When a technologist or business leader uses the term they are usually referring to agile methodology or agile thinking,.

Organizations that have already transitioned to agile are now seeing a large payback in their investment.

Scrum, The Essential Agile Method for Software Development

Posted by Jeff Hayes on February 13, 2019 in Agile


Agile software development is iterative and incremental in nature as I discussed previously in Agile Methods Provide the Greatest Value to Organizations. Its earliest manifestation is probably in work performed by IBM…

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Agile Methods Provide the Greatest Value to Organizations

Posted by Jeff Hayes on January 30, 2019 in Agile


This is an introduction to agile thinking as it is realized by organizations in the process of getting things done – specifically as it relates to information technology – and to serve…

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ROI of Culture on IT Alignment

Posted by Jeff Hayes on July 31, 2012 in Agile


What does culture — that quality in groups of people that govern what we believe and how we behave — have to do with “getting things done”? And by extension, what does…

How Does One Measure the ROI of Culture on IT Alignment?

Technology Alignment in a Global Context

Posted by Jeff Hayes on May 20, 2012 in Agile


During a recent trip to Japan I found several examples of how culture plays a role in the success of certain types of business. So dramatic are some of the differences between…

Technology alignment can be a great benefit to companies of every size.