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Thursday, 05 September 2013 14:11

Agile Business Continuity – Simple as ABC?

Agile techniques have become popular over the last few years. They have their roots in software development projects. Unhappy with ‘monolithic’ projects that exceeded both time and money budgets, project teams looked for a better way to deliver useful end-results to software users – and that also kept up with changing requirements into the bargain. With agile methodologies, software is produced and released in short cycles, typically two to four weeks. Testing is done in parallel so as to avoid delaying releases and users are constantly invited to use the current release, and comment on what they find useful or not. Can such an approach be applied to business continuity?