Agile in Government and Large Organizations
and How They Are Adapting to their Built-In Constraints Against Agile
( This is a reference sparked from the meeting at DoD Contractor SABRE on
May 2 2018 with Brian Campo http://www.agilephilly.com/events/agile-for-government
And from our meetings the prior two months of Spring 2018, David Hughes on Accepted Value Costing ( which is an Aggregate Costing model) . . . developed after hearing Mike Harris of Premios in February speak on Fixed Price Agile Contracts - and from some prior thoughts he had going back to 2015.
Links about AVC and David Hughes: http://www.agilephilly.com/forum/topics/accepted-value-costing#comments
March 2018 meeting with David Hughes: http://www.agilephilly.com/events/why-finance-departments-cling-to-project-accounting
Feb 2018 meeting with Mike Harris: http://www.agilephilly.com/events/feb-20-2018
Related Industries with heavy usage of Requirements, Budget-Plans, Acquisition-Services or Documentation Needs are:
Paul Eisenberg recommends the following report issued by the Defense Technical Information Center in February of 2018.
The report specifically compared Agile and document-driven approaches in managing uncertainty in software development, finding companies that use Agile methods are more customer-centric and flexible than document-driven ones, and companies that use Agile methods seem to have a more satisfactory relationship with the customer.
Design and Acquisition of Software for Defense Systems - Feb 2018
The Task Force has made seven recommendations on how to improve software acquisition in defense systems. A base recommendation underlying all others is to emphasize the importance of the software factory and to incorporate the software factory as a key evaluation criterion in the source selection process. Next, the Department of Defense (DoD) and its defense industrial base partners need to adopt continuous iterative development http://www.dtic.mil/docs/citations/AD1048883
Medium.com was mentioned by Marc Gravez as a good resource, and sure enough, Melinda Burgess has a post there. https://medium.com/agile-government-leadership
Video from the UK http://www.scrumexpert.com/videos/agile-in-the-public-sector
Educational event in May 2018 presented by the P.M.I.
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