Free Agile Project Delivery E book by Dada Enterprises
Dada Enterprises, a business consultancy based in London, has used its expertise in delivering major engineering and complex IT projects, to deliver a free E-Book for affected COVID-19 companies to cut costs by engineering an iterative development approach to planning and delivery.
Following on from over 3k views of our webinar for the Project Management Institute (PMI) DADA have released an E-Book so companies that are recovering from the impact of COVID-19 can move towards Agile practices in planning and delivery in your projects.
As companies emerge from lock-down, traditional waterfall planning and delivery practices are giving way to Agile practices and digital transformation. Agile delivery can help traditional project methods by measuring benefits and value incrementally and allowing self-managing teams to get variations and risk draw-down approved locally.
DADA looked at how companies can scale Agile from a software development team to a large programs of work that is not software related using practices from Lean, ITIL and the Institution of Civil Engineers’ (ICE) Project 13.
DADA examined Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) Agile framework from a project, program, and portfolio delivery point of view, to provide Agility for large infrastructure projects. They explain how companies can develop a Continuous Delivery Pipeline (CDP) to End Users to get direct user feedback and validated learning to get a higher-quality product. You can see how best practices can still be adopted under your existing project governance, using hybrid portfolios including both Waterfall and Agile delivery reporting.
Download your FREE copy of Moving Towards Agile Project Delivery For Large Infrastructure Projects here.
Why read this report?
- Most infrastructure projects are still delivered via linear Waterfall approach of design, build, test and commission, e.g. FEED (Front-End Engineering Design)
- This E-Book looks at how Agile frameworks can help Project Managers follow an iterative development approach to planning and delivery
- Agile delivery can help traditional project methods by measuring benefits and value incrementally and allowing self-managing teams to get variations and risk draw-down approved locally