Agile

Agile processes defer decisions, shorten development cycles and support just in time analysis of requests. This allows agile teams to change quickly and at low cost. That provides competitive advantage. Organizations Need Business Agility to Remain Competitive. Whether doing agile or being agile, in today's cut-throat competition organizations need agility to be competitive.

Agile methods and approaches have become prevalent in recent years. The ideas which were identified in the realm of software product development have spread beyond software development into many other areas that are impacted by business analysis. This means that the practice of business analysis has to evolve to support the new ways of working, not just in software development but in any area of the business where change is happening rapidly. In this context, the term agile refers to a mindset or way of thinking about work. Agile is not a specific set of practices or techniques.


Our unique approach combines the knowledge and skills you need to demonstrate your Agile competency and solidify your command of the Agile practices including a multi-level, rolling planning model to help practitioners, teams, and organizations manage business analysis and project execution work, so they can quickly leverage learning and discover what provides the most actual value. This rolling wave planning model is presented using Strategy Horizon, Initiative Horizon, and Delivery Horizon which provide context and scope for lower levels.