Agile Tip of the Day, 31 May 2021

Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) addresses project delivery from its inception to delivering to its end users by breaking down the barriers between the development and other parts of the organization to bring everything into one single combined effort. It coordinates and aligns the scrum teams with the rest of the organization. There are 3 stages of Disciplined Agile Delivery: 1) Inception 2) Construction 3) Transition and 4 underlying life cycles 1) Agile Delivery Lifecycle 2) Lean Lifecycle 3) Continuous Lean and Agile Delivery Lifecycles 4) Exploratory (Lean Startup) Lifecycle

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