Digital Edition - Agile Programme Management (AgilePgM™) Handbook
The AgileDS™ handbook will help organisations to develop a consistent agile approach, a common language and a skilled workforce (with appropriate accreditation opportunities) for the successful design and delivery of digital services, whether through evolving improvements or step-change transformations.
The handbook has emerged from the Agile Business Consortium’s work, bringing together valuable learning from the background and experience both of general agile approaches and that of GDS. It focuses on developing and continuously improving services using agile concepts and techniques.
It is aimed at all those who are involved in the delivery of digital services, including government and private sector organisations. We are confident that all members of multi-disciplinary service delivery teams, and those who support them, will find its guidance useful; for the development and delivery of simple, single services, through to multiple, complex services at scale.
This product is the PDF digital version of the Agile Digital Services Handbook.
A printed copy of the Agile Digital Services Handbook can be purchased in our webshop here.
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If you are concerned that the PDF digital book is in a digital format that may not be adequate for use during an exam, it is recommended that you instead purchase a printed copy. No refunds will be offered for PDF digital versions once the PDF has been issued.
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