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Our Blog

Bridging the gap

Building trust to create successful delivery teams is something that came up in a recent conversation about why some Agile teams don't quite deliver on the expectations they set with the business stakeholders.
John Wright
John Wright | 9 June 2017

So, has it all been said?

Everybody does it now don't they? Maybe not everyone, but doing Agile is most definitely a thing these days. Everywhere you look there are Scrum teams, product owners, user researchers, coaches, test-driven developers, automation experts. But are all organisations getting value out of their investment in Agile?
John Wright
John Wright | 19 May 2017