Creating Business Relevance With Lean and Agile PracticesShweta Sharma
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Businesses are still struggling today to align their IT goals with their business ones. More often than not, IT projects are so focussed on budgets and timelines that they often miss the whole value proposition of the undertaking.
It is important therefore that along with keeping an eye on the timeline and cost, IT partners with the business and create a product roadmap which meets the business needs. For this to happen, the backlog needs to be in conotnuous evolution and business stakeholders need to be questioned on their prioirties and often rigid requirements sets.
This is where agile and lean practices help: in getting working prototypes / products out at the earliest and failing fast if at they have to.
The talk will seek to walk through some real life examples from self experience, of how some IT projects failed succeeded by keeping business relevance at the forefront of their priorities, the practices these projects followed and the kind of client / business enagegment they demanded and obtained.