Agile beyond software development, some cases of adoption in research

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Can Agile contribute to collaboration and shared management of research, evaluation and other science-related projects? In this first blog post about a series of questions around such possibility, I focus on existing case studies and some of the learnings, issues and potential benefits derived from the appropriation of Agile for research practices. (This post is based on an extensive literature review and ongoing case study for my PhD project, with support from Dimmons and a CECAN Fellowship). Let’s start with a definition: Agile (here’s the Wikipedia article) is a set of practices, values and principles for software development based on […]