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Sustainability: Delivering Agility's Promise

by   Jutta Eckstein, et al.

Sustainability is a promise by agile development, as it is part of both the Agile Alliance's and the Scrum Alliance's vision. Thus far, not much has been delivered on this promise. This paper explores the Agile Manifesto and points out how agility could contribute to sustainability in its three dimensions - social, economic, and environmental. Additionally, this paper provides some sample cases of companies focusing on both sustainability (partially or holistically) and agile development.


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