Product Owner: Linchpin in an Agile environment

Product Owner

Traditionally rooted in software development, but adopted by other branches in recent years, the Agile way of working has become indispensable to many companies. So what exactly is an Agile environment?
In short, it is a setting in which a team collaborates on a common goal in an open and transparent manner, while all team members have their own specific tasks. Not only does Agile require a certain mindset, it also needs a linchpin that holds everything together: the product owner

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Don't just build a solution. Get it Implemented!

Implementation Manager

IT projects are notorious for their high failure rate. In fact, it’s estimated that up to 70% of IT projects fail to deliver their desired results. In part, that’s due to poor implementation. Just because you build it, doesn’t mean end users will use it. You need to think carefully about how you will manage change, and consider carefully your implementation methodology before you launch the solution.

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Trouble with getting the right requirements?

Business Analyst

While business analysts are playing a pivotal role in the life of any organization, the business analysis profession is in relative infancy. What is expected of today’s analyst varies so widely from organization to organization and from project to project that it is neither possible nor practical to come up with a one-size-fits-all comprehensive description of what a business analyst does and the roles he's expected to perform.

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Agile, Lean, DevOps: a closer look.

Agile, Lean DevOps

Who hasn't heard of the terms Agile, Lean, and DevOps? If you believe they represent yet another business hype, think again. Agile, Lean, and DevOps are well-thought-out, inextricably linked ideas that lead to impressive results. And companies can greatly benefit from a combination of the three of them.

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