Most organizations now use agile software delivery models, with the No. 1 goal of delivering new capabilities as fast as possible.
Consider the numbers: The 14th Annual State of Agile report, released in May 2020 by Digital.ai, found that 95 percent of respondents say their organizations practice agile, and that the top reasons for doing so are to accelerate software delivery, to enhance the ability to manage changing priorities and to increase productivity.
Despite such ambitious goals, however, agile experts and agile practitioners say many organizations aren’t achieving the speed they seek because they’ve turned a blind eye to persistent problems in their practices.
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