This is the second report on Agile delivery in which we aim to provide practical support to those in publicly funded bodies who are using or considering using the approach in business change programmes.Jump to downloads
Government is interested in Agile delivery to combat waste and reduce the risk of project failure. It will use Agile delivery:
- in half of major ICT-enabled change programmes by April 2013; and
- to reduce the average delivery time in these programmes by 20 per cent by 2014.
The Department for Work and Pensions is well-known for using some agile approaches in its projects to introduce welfare reforms, but other central government organisations have been using Agile delivery for a number of years. The case examples highlight some Agile practices that they are using.
- 009969-001-Snapshot-of-Agile-Delivery_UPDATE_30-12-13.pdf (.pdf — 481 KB)