Agile Project Management for Government
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This extract from Brian Wernham’s book agile Agile Project Management for Government shows how an agile approach can incrementally deliver large mission and safety critical technology solutions. It shows how the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) successfully developed a new, improved battlefield system in the space of 18 months by using the DSDM framework. The extract gives concrete examples of the concepts behind agile and shows how the DSDM framework was used to provide governance and a project management approach to ensure that things got done on time and within budget.  Access >>>

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  • Stories of Agile Success in Government
  • The 9 Agile Leadership Behaviors
  • The 6 Barriers to Agile Success

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