Accelerate digital product delivery with agile software development

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Agile is future-proof and flexible

Bringing you from a theoretical world to the empirical, agile helps you reach your goals faster and simplifies decision making throughout the project lifecycle. As projects move forward, so do stakeholder requirements and user needs. Agile methodologies ensure that you're never caught off-guard, ready to tackle new project challenges and stay in the sweet spot of product-market fit.

When to choose agile development

De-risk projects and speed up delivery with adaptable project management practices.
  • Fluid requirements

    When project requirements are expected to evolve, agile is built to help you adapt effortlessly.

  • User focus

    If continuous user feedback and iterative testing are key to your project, agile is the way to go.

  • Complex specifications

    For complex projects where delivering the whole solution at once isn't feasible, agile breaks it down into manageable steps.

  • High risk environment

    The iterative nature of agile allows teams to identify and address issues early, reducing risks and avoiding costly late-stage changes.

Netguru’s real-time communication and ability to adapt to Zeller’s existing team communication tools enabled us to coordinate teams across multiple projects and manage how we worked together most efficiently.
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James Vatiliotis

Product Lead at Zeller

How our agile expertise can help you

Embark on a journey to streamlined efficiency and innovation with our team by your side. Whether you're new to agile or looking to enhance your existing practices, our support will bring out the best in your projects.
  • Agile guidance

    Integrate agile methodologies into your team’s workflow and company culture.
  • Full-scale agile development

    Let us deliver your software development projects using agile methodologies to ensure flexibility, speed, and quality.
  • Agile support

    We'll set up agile project management systems with tools and strategies to improve project tracking, transparency, and collaboration.

  • Agile optimization

    Refine your existing agile processes for improved efficiency and effectiveness with our help.

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Fundamentals of agile

  • Iterative process: Agile breaks down projects into short, manageable segments, allowing for rapid development and iteration.
  • Adaptability to change: Central to agile is its flexibility to adapt to changing client needs and requirements throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Focus on client needs: Agile methodology emphasizes aligning product development closely with customer and client demands.
  • Collaborative approach: Encourages collaboration within teams and with stakeholders, fostering innovation and problem-solving.
  • Emphasis on value delivery: Agile teams work towards delivering products that offer real value to customers, prioritizing customer satisfaction.

Essential roles in agile teams

  • Scrum master/team lead: Facilitates the team, manages processes, and ensures milestones are met while maintaining a focus on team dynamics and performance.
  • Product owner: Represents the business perspective, manages the product backlog, prioritizes user stories, and balances stakeholder needs with project goals.
  • Team members: Diverse roles including developers, testers, and data engineers who take ownership of specific tasks, contributing to all stages of the project.
  • Technical experts: Offer specialized knowledge to address challenges, ensure technical coherence, and approve technical aspects of the solution.
  • Agile coach: Promotes and monitors agile best practices within the team, embedding agile processes and standards.
  • Integrator (in larger teams): Coordinates multiple teams and sections, ensuring integration into a cohesive end-product.
  • Independent tester: Provides quality assurance and tests solutions before delivery, preventing defective products from reaching customers.
  • Architect: Ensures solutions are fit for purpose within the enterprise structure and facilitates architectural decisions with sub-teams.

Agile in a remote environment

Remote work, now a common feature of the professional landscape, presents unique challenges and opportunities for agile methodologies. While agile practices traditionally emphasize face-to-face interaction, remote environments necessitate adapting these principles to digital formats.

Key adaptations for remote agile success

  • Digital tool mastery: Embrace the core values of agile and translate them into the remote context using digital tools like online whiteboards and shared documents.

  • Fostering team connections: Encourage informal interactions, such as sharing personal updates at the start of meetings, to build team rapport in a remote setup.

  • Structured yet flexible workflow: Use frameworks like Scrum to provide structure, while adapting them to suit remote dynamics. Clear guidelines for meetings and tasks are essential, balanced with flexibility for individual creativity.

  • Trust and transparency: Foster a culture of trust and openness through direct feedback, regular retrospectives, and clear communication channels.

  • Self-reliance and accountability: Promote self-reliance and self-regulation in team members, aligning with agile's principle of self-organizing teams.

We're experts in agile software development

Our experienced product consultants can help you with the ideation stage and adapt agile practices to fit the unique needs of your project.

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    Director of Innovation at Keller Williams
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    Jonathan Uy

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Agile methodology FAQ

Clear up your doubts about agile software development.
What is agile software development?

Agile software development is a methodology based on iterative development, where requirements and solutions evolve through collaborative effort between self-organizing cross-functional teams. It promotes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, early delivery, and continuous improvement, encouraging flexible responses to change.

How is agile different from traditional software development?

Unlike traditional software development methodologies like the waterfall model, agile is not a linear process. It focuses on iterative progress, flexibility, and customer feedback. Agile allows for changes in project requirements, even in late development stages, whereas traditional methods require extensive planning and follow a fixed path.

What are the key benefits of agile?
  • Increased flexibility: Agile allows for changes in project scope and requirements.
  • Faster time to market: Due to its iterative nature, Agile can deliver work in smaller, usable increments.
  • Improved product quality: Regular testing and reviews ensure a higher quality of the final product.
  • Greater customer satisfaction: Continuous customer involvement provides frequent opportunities for feedback and adjustments.
What are the main agile methodologies?
The most popular Agile methodologies include Scrum, Kanban, Lean, Extreme Programming (XP), and Feature-Driven Development (FDD). Each has its unique approach but shares the core principles of the Agile Manifesto.
How do teams estimate time in agile projects?
Time estimation in Agile is often done using techniques like Planning Poker, T-shirt sizing, or the Bucket System, which rely on relative estimation rather than absolute time. Teams estimate the effort involved compared to other tasks, enabling more flexibility and accuracy.
Can agile be used for non-software projects?
Yes, while Agile originated in software development, its principles and practices have been successfully applied to various types of projects including marketing, product development, and organizational management.
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