Q&A: The Four Pillars of Agility

Agile is simple but not easy, says chief systems architect Ralph Hughes. He examines the techniques and technologies that can eliminate miscommunications and wasted efforts that often undermine DW/BI development projects.

In this interview, Hughes, chief systems architect at Ceregenics, Inc., previews the four broad categories of agile best practices — refinements of basic agile methods, complementary software engineering disciplines, new data modeling techniques, and next-generation productivity tools — that help managers and project leaders understand whether their agile teams will struggle or thrive.

Author: James E. Powell

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