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Nyhet   •   Feb 02, 2016 09:00 CET

Written by Daniel Lambert

Agile methodologies and business architecture may seem to be two conflicting approaches to delivering software initiatives at first glance.

In reality, they are very complimentary. Agile methodologies get you to execute projects at a much higher pace. Business architecture makes sure that you are not forgetting anything important and looks at all impacts of a project. An Agile project can be executed with lower risk and higher odds of success if it is bulletproofed using business architecture at the same time. Two presentations made at various Business Architecture Guild events are eloquent about that subject:

  • Business Architecture & Agile Methodologies made by Whynde Kuehn, Alex Randell, Eric Shayne Elliott, Francis Fons, and Jeffrey Wallk among others.
  • Experiences Linking Business Architecture with an Agile/Lean Development Method made by John Baker.