An overview of Agile and its most common instantiation Scrum, how Scrum works, and how it fits in with product development, Automotive SPICE, Functional Safety (ISO 26262), and CMMI.
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Fast and flexible: agile systems development
Despite the fact that requirements are becoming more complex, the nature of competition underscores how important it is for companies to quickly get their innovations on the market. The key to finding future-ready solutions also lies in a systematic ability to adapt to new circumstances. Agile development departments that are always learning typically revolve around systematic feedback loops and constructive dialogue between the people running the project, developers, and management. This is the only way to ensure that insights gained during the project are continuously channeled back into decision-making and that market trends are proactively identified.