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Are you reducing waste, shortening cycles while increasing customer value?

Lean and agile development are the underpinnings of both DevOps and continuous engineering approaches; waste reduction for more efficient teams is one of the results. Efficiency and repetition of best practices leads to shorter development cycles allowing teams to be more innovative and responsive thereby increasing customer value.

Scaling lean and agile principles beyond the development team and across the entire product and software delivery lifecycle defines DevOps and continuous engineering approaches.

Raytheon on agile development

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Reducing cycle times by a factor of 2 with agile development.

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IBM lean and agile solutions help people be more productive

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Our journey toward adoption of SAFe

Amy Silberbauer, Executive IT Specialist and Solution Architect, Enterprise Scaled Agile & Strategic DevOps, IBM, shares her first hand experiences as she leads the IBM development team to adopt the Scaled Agile Framework. (SAFe)

Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe)

Be agile. Scale up. Stay lean. And have more fun with SAFe, a publicly–accessible knowledge base of proven Lean and Agile practices for enterprise-class software development

Agile For Dummies

Agile For Dummies

Your complete guide to agile development.

CIC Analyst Guide: Adopting agile for systems

Discover industry best practices to enable an agile product development approach.

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