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We are a small web agency of 5 people. I've googled some agile strategies, and it seems we're currently using a blend of various methods.

We'd like to keep it simple and deliver projects very quickly. As you can imagine, client requirements change a lot over time, so I would prefer to adopt a more systematic approach to it.

Any recommendations or ideas on what we could use?

Cheers! Rob

asked Jun 17 '11 at 16:04

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Hi Rob, The most favoured methodologies out there seem to be Scrum and Extreme Programming (XP) Scrum seems to be preferred because it consists of only a few common sense practices that can be applied in many situations. However this also means that it is never enough by itself and most development teams use XP to fill the gaps. This combination seems to be the most popular.



answered Jun 21 '11 at 06:02

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