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Philosophy, Botany and the Shape of Innovation

What does it mean to be innovative in business? When it comes to finding new opportunities for revenue generation, identifying…

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Agile Development in the Real World

Agile Development in the Real World

In our last blog post, we introduced Agile Development, talked about what it meant and ran through a few of…

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Agile Development: An Overview

Agile Development: An Overview

In our last few blog posts, we’ve examined security and looked at some of the most common security myths and…

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Why Agile Scrum Teams Should Hold an “After Party”

Why Agile Scrum Teams Should Hold an “After Party”

As one-fourth of a Growth Acceleration Partners (GAP) Agile Scrum team, Carlos Chacón is accustomed to quickly tackling complex software…

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6 Ways to Inspire Truly Agile Teams

6 Ways to Inspire Truly Agile Teams

Your team may have adopted an Agile work methodology. But that doesn’t mean you have an Agile team. The principles…

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Agile Product Owner: Role and Responsibilities

Agile Product Owner: Role and Responsibilities

The product owner represents a key role in a project, forming a bridge of communication between the development team and…

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