Employers really need to understand AGILE is a TOP-to-BOTTOM approach and not just the BOTTOM (developers/QA) to adopt and the TOP still expecting deliverables in a scheduled manner.
The requirements change and so would be the deliverables dates.
Which means even a calculated business risk that the TOP (Managment/Employers) need to take and not push it down to the Development?
Just quoting ecerpt from the blog
"Agile software development simplifies the planning stage and splits large projects up into iterations where workable products are delivered throughout, rather than at the end of the project. It also emphasises user feedback at every stage of the programme, not just at the beginning and the end"
Does the employer really understand Agile as defined above?
I have'nt seen yet?
Is there a way to educate the Employers to get this in practise in true sense?
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