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Methodology

In previous blog posts (see below), we provided the essential facts about agile software development. Agility can help us solve complex problems, especially when operationalisation is not done in a dogmatic way. Today, we will be looking at the interplay between agility and ambidexterity.

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Methodology

In my last blog post, I summarised why a company should have a mission statement, my understanding of it and how you can use key questions to develop such a mission statement. Now it is a matter of operationalising the mission – in other words, taking specific action without losing focus. This is where the objectives and key results (OKRs) come into play. I will describe what all this is about in my blog post.

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15.09.2022 By Daniel Sorna, Alexey Shmelkin and Ibrahim Kizilarslan

Using low-code to bring shadow IT to light

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Low-code is an intuitive, visual approach to modern software development that minimises the amount of effort needed for programming and speeds up the development process. But how can the potential of low-code be fully exploited and what role do citizen developers play in this context? We will answer these questions in our blog post.

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13.09.2022 By Eva-Maria Kynast

Navigation for your website

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Do you remember when we did not have navigation devices? We would chart the route on a map or an atlas, but did not always end up where we wanted to go. Thankfully we now have services such as Google Maps. In most cases, we are shown many different route options, since there are many ways to reach your destination. This is the same case with websites. In this blog post, I would like to show you what different types of site navigation there are and what things you need to consider to ensure that your customers do not end up on another site.

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Methodology

In previous blog posts in this series, we found out about agility in software development. Empirical knowledge also plays a key role here, too. I will explain why in my blog post.

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In my last blog post, I introduced you to six of the twelve agile principles. These should help us not only to implement agility, but to live it, too. In this blog post, I’ll introduce you to the remaining six principles in more detail.

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Methodology

It’s important to live the Agile Manifesto. Twelve principles, which can be understood as codes of behaviour or rules of the game, were established for this very purpose. In this blog post, I’ll introduce you to the first six principles in more detail.

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Methodology

Digital identities can continue to exist for a long time after they were created. This also applies to a much wider range of personal information available in digital form. Once the data has been collected, it is there forever. Further action is needed to delete the information, and in some cases, not all of it can be removed. In my blog post, I’ll explain what a digital footprint is, how and where you leave one and what you can do to maintain control over your life online.

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Methodology

In my first blog post, I primarily focused on the historical background of agility in software development and explained what the term means in basic terms.

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