Agile development is a methodology that has gained popularity in the worlds of business and high-tech, but it can also be a powerful tool for non-profit organizations. With its emphasis on collaboration, flexibility, and rapid iteration, agile development can help non-profits to create more effective and efficient solutions to the challenges they face.
Agile development involves breaking projects down into smaller, more manageable pieces, and then working on them in short, iterative cycles. This approach allows non-profits to quickly test and refine their ideas, and to make adjustments based on feedback from stakeholders and end-users. By using agile development, non-profits can create solutions that are better aligned with the needs of their beneficiaries, and that are more likely to have a positive impact.
Join Kevin McGowan for a session on how to leverage Agile Methodologies in your non-profit setting.