Delivering Value in Software Projects

Delivering Value in Software Projects

Royd Brayshay
12th August 2016

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Features in business software typically make things quicker and less costly to do or sometimes less error prone or more accurately. For this reason the sooner features are deployed, the sooner they can be used and return their cost of implementation. However this isn’t the logic used on traditionally managed waterfall style projects but it is the central reason for adopting a more contemporary agile approach to software delivery.

Multiple author Allan Kelly visited our Agile Yorkshire event to present on the subject of value delivery and shared some of his thoughts and experience.

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