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Strategies for Initiating an Agile Project

by Scott Ambler on Jun 11, 2006 |

One of the most misunderstood aspects of agile software development is how to initiate an agile project. Little has been written about this subject, perhaps because it's a "phase" that we just get through on the way to starting the interesting development work, perhaps because it's fairly straightforward to people with agile experience, and perhaps because many traditionalists seem to struggle with the overall concept no matter how we explain it.  To initiate an agile project successfully we must:

In short, the laws of "project physics" still seem to apply to agile projects.

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Don't forget ... by paul browne

Don't forget that in the first iteration , you'll probably have to explain what Agile is to your boss.

Paul , Technology in Plain English

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