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Agility

The facility with which a person can quickly move in space as intended or demanded by changing circumstances.

a·gil·i·ty

(ă-jil'i-tē)
The ability to accelerate, decelerate, stabilize, and change directions quickly while maintaining proper body posture.
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We have to communicate to the entire organization that speed and agility are not about job elimination, but job creation, because as we become more agile, we are able to grow the market and capture new share.
Agile alliance defined twelve golden principles in 2001 to achieve successful software development [2,7].
The greatest obstacle to successful agile acceptance involves cultural and organizational change; having appropriate interoperable tools is important, but companies who are the most successful with systemic agile methodology adoption and transformation understand that this demands more than mere technology automation and deployment, said Melinda Ballou, program director, Application Life-Cycle Management and Executive Strategies, IDC.
Adopting Agile within the DoD still presents a number of concerns even with the additional direction provided by recent policies and statutory changes.
Communication is today's biggest agile challenge: According to the research, more than 50 percent of respondents indicated that understanding and also prioritizing customer demand needed the most improvement for agile to be successful.
Session II of the workshop delves deeper into Agile Projects and prepares participants for high level requirements and iteration planning.
Agile Software Corporation (Nasdaq: AGIL), a provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions, announced on Monday (12 December) the forthcoming availability of Agile 9.
The convergence of these forces has created a demand for a new system of corporate behavior that can best be described as agile.
There are various Offshore Development Services methodologies such as the Agile Methodology, Waterfall Methodology, Spiral Methodology, Lean Methodology, Prototype methodology.