Agile projects are highly collaborative and involve constant feedback in tight cycles. This allows user expectations to be met while not wasting time on mere nice-to-have features or extra effort that doesn’t impact the business, but unfortunately we’re constantly hearing that it only works if your team is packed with top performers.

Is it true? Are the benefits of Agile reserved only for a tech elite, with the rest of us doomed to non-agile projects and missed expectations?

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Virtual Reality (VR) technologies are the latest to be hyped to completely change how we view and interact with media, forecast to generate $30 billion by 2020. Having seen some of the product demos on the market, I can understand the excitement, but I’m unconvinced by the current framing of VR as the future of media. Rather than being an extra feature of an existing media, I think that VR’s potential is to create an entirely new experience: one that is personal, intimate and controllable. Continue reading

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worldNot only are social media changing how we work and interact with customers, you may soon find that some social platforms offer ideal ways to find the best technical resources.  But not necessarily the platforms you would expect…

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