What is Agile?

The ability to create and respond to change in order to succeed in an uncertain and turbulent environment.

What is Agile?

The ability to create and respond to change in order to succeed in an uncertain and turbulent environment.

Agile software development.

Agile Software Development is an umbrella term for a set of methods and practices based on the values and principles expressed in the Agile Manifesto.

Solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing, cross-functional teams utilizing the appropriate practices for their context.

The Foundations of Agile

When it all began

In the late 1990’s, several methodologies began to gain increasing public attention, each having a different combination of old and new ideas.

AGILE WORKERS ARE

34% more productive and happier in their jobs

THOSE USING AGILE APPROACHES FOUND

Time to market factorsimproved by 20%

Collaboration

These methodologies emphasized close collaboration between the development team and business stakeholders; frequent delivery of business value, tight, self-organizing teams; and smart ways to craft, confirm, and deliver code.

An established name

The term “Agile” was applied to this collection of methodologies in early 2001 when 17 software development practitioners gathered in Snowbird, Utah to discuss their shared ideas and various approaches to software development.

AGILE PROJECTS ARE

3 times more likely to succeed than traditionally managed projects

IN A RECENT STUDY BY FORBES

49% of managers said Agile’s success is its uncompromising customer focus

Shared values and principles

This joint collection of values and principles was expressed in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development and the corresponding twelve principles.

When it all began

In the late 1990’s, several methodologies began to gain increasing public attention, each having a different combination of old and new ideas.

AGILE WORKERS ARE

34% more productive and happier in their jobs

Collaboration

These methodologies emphasized close collaboration between the development team and business stakeholders; frequent delivery of business value, tight, self-organizing teams; and smart ways to craft, confirm, and deliver code.

THOSE USING AGILE APPROACHES FOUND

Time to market factorsimproved by 20%

An established name

The term “Agile” was applied to this collection of methodologies in early 2001 when 17 software development practitioners gathered in Snowbird, Utah to discuss their shared ideas and various approaches to software development.

AGILE PROJECTS ARE

3 times more likely to succeed than traditionally managed projects

Shared values and principles

This joint collection of values and principles was expressed in the Manifesto for Agile Software Development and the corresponding twelve principles.

IN A RECENT STUDY BY FORBES

49% of managers said Agile’s success is its uncompromising customer focus

Explore Courses

Agile Fundamentals

Keep up with the demands of today’s ever-changing workforce. Influence executives to innovate. Hasten the timeframe between ideas and outcomes.

Agile for Business

Agile for Business is a one day course that focuses on the agile mindset, values and foundational concepts for business people. It is grounded in what it means to be agile and achieve organisational agility without specific focus on any single agile framework.

Product Owner

Agile for Business is a one day course that focuses on the agile mindset, values and foundational concepts for business people. It is grounded in what it means to be agile and achieve organisational agility without specific focus on any single agile framework.

Design Thinking

Design Thinking is a creative two day course that focuses on the design thinking mindset for professionals. An ICAgile certification is provided upon successful completion.