At the end of the day, the framework that is used to manage an Agile project is selected to suit the team and the project. At Daitan Group, the majority of our Agile projects are conducted using the Scrum framework — the most popular framework used for Agile — but we also adapt the framework to suit project size, team and client.

Agile principle: Sustainable development, able to maintain a constant pace

The goal is to ensure the principles of sustainable development at a constant pace is maintained, and the team strives to keep the project as simple as possible to achieve a successful result. In the white paper below, we have outlined some of the ways we’ve adapted the daily standup, and team roles to suit the outsourced environment.

Agile principle: Simplicity—the art of maximizing the amount of work not done — is essential

If you’re interested in learning more about our Agile best practices, then take a look at the white paper below.

This White Paper defines five best practices we have learned in making Agile software development successful as an outsource vendor, and how we build an Agile-centered relationships with our clients.

Get the Agile Best Practices White Paper

Get the Agile Best Practices White Paper

FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInShare