Agile’s emphasis on collaboration has complicated communications and media companies’ product development efforts during the pandemics. Here are four steps that will help you adopt remote Agile.
The pandemic’s work-from-home mandates have made it difficult for any company to stick to Agile approaches. What’s complicating communications and media companies’ challenge in particular is that many are newcomers to the Agile methodology and its many processes.
What’s commonly missing is a unified approach that brings the IT and business perspectives together. Where communications and media companies’ efforts most frequently fall short, however, is in execution. They don’t build out the full Agile methodology and underlying DevOps and automated testing that enable virtual teams to work together effectively.
Fully embracing Agile offers significant process and efficiency benefits, especially in a mid- and post-Covid-19 world. Here are four steps they can take to recalibrate and more fully adopt remote Agile:
If you’d like to learn more, please read more about Agile in a remote environment.