Agile project management isn’t a new concept in government, but there’s still some confusion around what it is and what it’s not. The General Services Administration says, “Agile is not a checklist, or a methodology, or a series of rituals. Agile is a way of thinking and a way of attacking problems. Embrace mistakes, learn, and keep trying.”
Although Agile has really taken hold in the IT space, software developers aren’t the only ones using it. Agencies can use agile practices across departments to be more collaborative and responsive to change.
Join us online Wednesday, July 8 from 2-2:45 p.m. ET/11-11:45 a.m. PT to learn from government and industry leaders how agencies can embrace agile methodologies for efficiency, innovation and modernization efforts.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- What is the biggest barrier to bringing more agile methodologies to government?
- Best practices and lessons learned on implementing agile methodologies in government.
- How your agency can get started.
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