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Agile Glossary – a central resource for learning all things agile, lean and scrum

Agile is an umbrella term to describe a movement predominately living in software development industries, AND it is a grouping of practices plus a culture supported by a combination of tools that create the opportunity to better generate value – be that at the person, product or business level.

Areas of agile include;

  • Agile Development is vernacular often referring to particularly software development, Test Driven Development (TDD) practices or Extreme Programming (XP)
  • Agile Methodology can first be understood by initially reviewing the New New Product Development Game (HBR), the Agile Manifesto, the Scrum Framework and XP history
  • Scrum Agile is another ‘colloquial combination of keywords used by newbies learning about the Agile methodology and the Scrum process that spawned from the creators of the Agile Manifesto.
  • Agile Scrum Methodology
  • Agile software
  • Agile project
  • agile management
  • agile scrum
  • agile software development
  • project management agile
  • agile testing
  • agile australia
  • agile manifesto
  • agile model
  • agile process
  • agile scrum
  • agile testing
  • agile waterfall
  • project management agile
  • scrum
  • what is agile

 

  • Introduction To Agile Methodology -These are the first places an agile newbie would benefit from the most; agile articles, history, the alliances, and the terminology.

 

 

Agile
Block
Continuous Delivery
Continuous Integration
Customer Value
Cynefin
Definition of Done
Definition of Ready
Extreme Programming
Impediment
Iterative Delivery
Kanban
Lean
Lean Start-up
Outcome Driven Innovation
Product Owner
Relative Estimation
Scrum
Systems Thinking
Theory Of Constraints