Workplace Revolution

In spite of its name, agile software development has been slow to take hold of workplace culture, writes Gráinne Loughran

5th March, 2017
Brian Seery of SinglePoint Solutions

The term agile development, which incorporates a collection of agile methodologies, originated in 2001 with the Agile Manifesto; but the idea had been gaining traction throughout the 1990s and originated decades beforehand.

In recent years, Irish IT businesses have been making up for lost time as they follow the example of multinationals such as Google, Microsoft and Spotify in changing their development strategies.

Snježana Momic, from Comtrade Digital Services, describes the change to agile development as...

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