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Posts tagged with Agile Development

Digital transformation is vital for creating a customer-obsessed business culture

If there is one thing Mobile World Congress 2016 confirmed - amongst all the talk of wearables, the IoT and virtual reality being the future - it’s the fact that we are living in what is now a truly volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world.

Today every company is pretty much a technology company, with digital transformation affecting businesses across all sectors, and no doubt in 12 months’ time at MWC17 the business and technology landscape will shift again.

It is little wonder that organisations are struggling to adapt and keep up.


How Jetstar moved to agile product development: APAC Insights

Many businesses aspire to adopt agile working practices, but the level of investment and reorganisation required to implement this cultural shift often proves to be an insurmountable obstacle.

To find out what is involved with successfully moving a company to agile software development I spoke to David Galovic, senior manager of digital products, technology and delivery at Jetstar.


Five strategies for agile marketing

While some may cringe at the word, we all know we need to be more agile.

Econsultancy recently hosted a roundtable event on Digital Transformation.

The following were five strategies put forward by attendees for becoming a more agile marketing organisation...


The Guardian's agile processes showcase digital best practice

Digital has changed our world. The web has transformed the way we gather information, make purchases and carry out daily tasks.

Social media is altering the way we interact with friends and even the nature of society as a whole. And mobile has nurtured the 24/7, always on culture.

Organisations are scrambling to adapt to this new reality. Some businesses have been too slow and digital has forced them to close their doors. HMV, Tower records, Kodak and Blockbusters are all high-profile victims of the digital revolution.

But some organisations are making the transition, even in sectors harmed by the arrival of digital. One such organisation is the Guardian newspaper.


Six ways to bring Agile Innovation into your company

SixI have a dislike for the word 'transition' when used in the context of describing the challenge of adapting organisational thinking, practice and output to be more aligned with the new networked, digital environment.

It suggests that there is a beginning, middle and end to the process of change that many organisations are undertaking right now. The reality, of course, is very different.

The requirement for businesses that play in the many markets that are being disrupted by new digital platforms and models is not just to innovate, but to continuously innovate. To adopt an approach to that is, I'd suggest, very different from that which is practiced in most organisations. Agile innovation.