The most popular articles on agile in 2018

The most popular articles on agile in 2018

2018 featured some fantastic content for agile aficionados, see the top ones and a few you may have missed.

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2018 featured some fantastic content for agile aficionados, from techniques and tricks to run more focused and outcome-driven retrospectives to how Coding Dojos gave agilists a new perspective.

Here’s our list of the top five most-read agile articles in 2018 (plus a few you might have missed):

Articles you might have missed

Top 5 agile articles from 2018

A confusing business organization chart

In this roundup of open source project management tools, we look at software that helps support Scrum, Kanban, and other agile methods.
magnifying glass on computer screen, finding a bug in the code

Avoid these common test automation mistakes in the era of DevOps and Agile.
a big flag flying in a sea of other flags, teamwork

Forget everything you've ever learned about agile development.
World locations with red dots with a sun burst background

In this list, there are no project management apps, no checklists, and no integrations with GitHub. Just simple ways to organize your thoughts and promote team communication.
A bunch of question marks

Agile and related methodologies have been praised for improving communication and increasing efficiency. But are they truly benefiting everyone on the team?

About the author

Jen Krieger - Jen Krieger is Chief Agile Architect at Red Hat. Most of her 20+ year career has been in software development representing many roles throughout the waterfall and agile lifecycles. At Red Hat, she led a department-wide DevOps movement focusing on CI/CD best practices. Most recently, she worked with with the Project Atomic & OpenShift teams. Now Jen is guiding teams across the company into agility in a way that respects and supports Red Hat's commitment to Open Source.