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The secrets to Agile success: "Modern Agile is being Agile"
Agile practitioners are finding success by concentrating on a number of focal points - but what are they and how do you do that?
VIDEO INTERVIEWS: What is the future of project management?
"In early September I spent two days interviewing keynote speakers and delegates at New Zealand’s Project Management Conference in Auckland."
YOU’RE INVITED: AgileNZ Conference 2016 – Delivering Digital
Delegates will discover how Agile is developing to deliver innovation and quality digital services at speed to customers.
Is Vision Scapegoating keeping you from collaborative change?
Operational Dead Reckoning may help you get back on track, says Joe Auslander, Senior Agile Consultant at Assurity Consulting.
Veritas launches dedicated data centre in Australia
"Veritas’ expansion of its local data centre footprint will go a long way in serving our Australian customers’ needs and preferences."
Video case study: Agile implementation sparks up innovation
In the rapidly-changing digital environment of today, companies need to constantly adapt in order to keep up with the pulse and not fall behind.
Agility and speed required over security, says Gartner
"Speed and organisational agility of both business and IT departments are needed to test new ideas and innovations to keep pace with market changes.”
Bi-modal IT, bringing businesses into the modern world
A bi-modal IT environment can help organisations more effectively align IT activities with the dynamics of a digital business, according to Red Hat.
People-centred Agile adoption key to better delivery
Agile is about people, rather than processes, says Dan Teo, Principal Consultant at Assurity Consulting. He explains why.
Executives holding Kiwi businesses back from being 'agile'
Executive leadership, or rather the lack of it, is preventing New Zealand businesses from planning and deploying Agile management methodologies.
CIOs say yes to agile, no to traditional methods
CIOs are increasingly turning to agile software development methodologies to meet the demands of evolving digital businesses.
Analytics driving the sentient enterprise
The continued data explosion and corresponding increase in analytical capabilities will drive organisations into becoming more sentient or intuitive.
Are you ready for the third wave of the digital age?
"We are now experiencing a third digital wave where the ubiquity of smart phones and wearables combined with the explosion of big data."
Agility hampered by lack of leadership in Australian businesses
more needs to be done within Australia’s boardrooms to explain how agile can support business transformation and reduce software delivery times.
Agile development - CIOs must get it right
CIOs are under pressure to support fast-evolving digital business scenarios but are finding traditional project and development methods unsuitable.
Do you have Type 1 or Type 2 IT?
The last 5 years has seen significant disruption as IT companies keep looking for its next competitive edge.
Legacy infrastructure stifling agility and innovation
Legacy infrastructure is holding companies back from achieving their businesses goals and preventing business agility and innovation say CIOs.
Agile Innovation guru Langdon Morris coming to New Zealand
American innovation expert Langdon Morris will teach Kiwi companies the secrets of 'agile innovation' at a series of workshops around the country next
Kiwi company dials up global market
New Zealand's Comworth Group is taking its Virsae cloud software offering to the world.
Comworth founder steps down as group managing director to retire
Industry stalwart David Charlesworth's retirement means a reorganisation of Comworth Group's leadership - and a chance for Charlesworth to reflect on 50 years in technology.
Will your business survive the upcoming IT apocalypse...?
What killed the dinosaurs? What killed the Roman Empire?
Business Analyst in Agile World …
Today companies require shorter delivery cycles in order to adapt to changing market conditions and be more responsive to customer needs and expectations