The foundations of the Agile method | Agilitest blog

The origins of Agility

  • Companies which divide work into well-defined phases and do not move on to the next phase until the previous one has been completed.
  • Companies where the phases overlap slightly, based on the observation that it is conceivable, for example, to start the architecture when 80% of the specifications have been completed.
  • Companies where everything is done at the same time.

The emergence of the term “Agile”

A manifesto about Agility

The Twelve principles of Manifesto for Agile Software Development

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