Companies are reliant on innovation for continued growth and competitive advancement. The issue is that the concept of innovation has been sorely misrepresented and overhyped to be this go-big-or-go-home idea that requires massive amounts of time, money, and resources. In this post, we hope to dispel those myths.
Saying that we're into agile is a bit of an understatement. We've written numerous articles and ranted at scale across conferences globally on the topic. On November 4, Morningstar's offices became the watering hole of the agile community as Agile Day Chicago 2016, went into full swing. One topic specifically drew my attention this year--Breaking Things on Purpose--and I wanted to expand on it in this post.
Innovating with digital products is a risky business. According to Forrester Research, the IT industry spends roughly $30 billion annually on products that don't deliver value. Our latest article discusses how rapid prototyping can be used to decrease the scope of failure and ultimately eliminate irrecoverable failures completely.
Evidence indicates that agile software delivery results in a higher success rate for software projects as compared to waterfall delivery. Download our infographic to see why.