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This post is a follow-up to Comparing DAD to the Rational Unified Process (RUP) – Part 1.  In that post I described in some detail why Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) is not “Agile RUP”.  DAD is quite different in both Read more…


Last week I was discussing DAD with a new client and he asked me “Is DAD just an Agile version of RUP?”  In a word, no.  DAD is a toolkit composed of a hybrid of methods and practices as shown Read more…


The recording of my 1-hour InformationWeek webcast on DAD is available here: https://event.on24.com/eventRegistration/EventLobbyServlet?target=registration.jsp&eventid=482700&sessionid=1&key=44991426F6D07634F67A0321147EEA90&sourcepage=register  


The following chapters  have now been uploaded to Safari Roughcuts here. Chapter 5 – Forming disciplined agile teams Chapter 7 – Case study: Initiating a DAD project Chapter 6 will be available shortly. We look forward to your comments. Mark Read more…


Mainstream agile methods would suggest that we should have one product owner, being the “one” voice of the customer for matters related to release/iteration scope, priorities, and requirements clarification. The reality that I see on most enterprise agile projects is Read more…


I’m writing this from the Agile Business Conference in London where I did a talk on DAD yesterday. Unfortunately I didn’t have much time to go into DAD in depth. A gentleman approached me today, saying that he is very Read more…


A new white paper written by Scott Ambler and Mark Lines, Disciplined Agile Delivery: An Introduction, is now available free of charge from IBM.com. The paper overviews the Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD) process framework, a hybrid comprised of strategies from Scrum, Read more…

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