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Agile: Proximity, Progress, and Hidden Costs

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Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarized five of the key insights Rangle has acquired doing agile software development projects for a diverse group of clients. In this article, we take a look at when testing ought to happen, which parts of it are actually worth doing, and how to tell. In our experience, it is...

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Agile: First Contact with a New Client

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Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five of the key insights Rangle has acquired doing Agile software development projects for a diverse group of clients. In this article, we would like to talk about another: how to handle first contact with a new client, and in particular, what needs to happen at the start of...

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Where to Begin in Agile: Learning Before Doing

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Our recent whitepaper “Advanced Agile: Five Ways to Accelerate Delivery, Improve Flexibility, and Reduce Waste” summarizes five tactics Rangle recommends for any company considering implementing Agile practices. This post explores something that we believe has to happen before that can even start: learning. We use that term rather than "training" because what matters isn't what's put in front of people, but what sticks....

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Agile Development: 3 Ways it Benefits your Business

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With support from Alex Karasyov. Although Agile development is common practice within many of the world’s leading tech companies, many aspects of the process are still misunderstood, misused, or all alone ignored. Agile software development refers to a set of best practices, methodologies and team values that allow organizations to quickly adapt to changing customer needs and respond to competitors, all while solidifying team...

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5 More Takeaways from Elevate Toronto Lean Innovation

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With so many inspiring and insightful leaders at last week’s sold-out Lean Innovation track at Elevate Toronto, we had to bring you five more takeaways. Related: 5 Takeaways From Elevate Toronto Lean Innovation 1. Innovation Starts With A Solid Foundation In his talk entitled Building A Lean Startup from the Ground Up, Mike Gettis, CEO of Endy, likened building a startup to building a...

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