To help employees become more productive, agile, collaborative and effective wherever they work, agencies need to bring modern workflows to three key areas of work.
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Agencies have a rare opportunity to finally raze bureaucratic silos, reroute workflows, create more dynamic channels of communication, and more.
Many agencies have become so militant in the day-to-day implementation of Agile that the rituals and documentation become more important than iteration or adhering to the values of the Agile Manifesto. In this article, learn ways agencies can embrace agile practices while still adhering to regulatory requirements.
I thought to myself, “Once I achieve a consistent, noise-free routine, I’ll be able to work seamlessly.” To be honest, that kind of workflow still hasn’t happened.
For agencies to realize the full benefits of DevSecOps, they need to apply the DevOps tenet of continuous delivery both to software and security.
Years in the making, the 2020 campaign plan was ramping up for the final big push when the pandemic hit, forcing the communications directorate to rethink its plans.
For too many years, government, industry and academia worked in silos to solve overlapping problems. But let’s think about it: Why repeat work that is already done?
Think about all the technology capabilities and internet-connected devices that have not only impacted where employees work but how they work.
“The goal of the Agile approach is to develop and release working software on a more frequent basis, reducing release cycles from months or years to just weeks or days.”
Managers can successfully lead their teams through related burnout by extending grace and taking the other important steps listed in this article.