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Adopting Agile Service Development

  • M. M. Lankhorst
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Part of the The Enterprise Engineering Series book series (TEES)

Abstract

In this final chapter, we describe how organizations can adopt our approach to agile service development. This is not an easy task, and many barriers need to be overcome, but the benefits are real and important. To help you reap these benefits, we outline the main issues that you may need to overcome and describe a gradual path to improve your agile capabilities, in which the elements of our approach are positioned. Finally, we give our conclusions and outline the challenges in moving forward with our vision of enterprise agility.

Keywords

Business Process Enterprise Architecture Project Level Agile Method Agile Practice 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. M. Lankhorst
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  1. 1.NovayEnschedeThe Netherlands

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