The Disciplined Agile Process Decision Framework

@inproceedings{Ambler2016TheDA,
  title={The Disciplined Agile Process Decision Framework},
  author={Scott W. Ambler and Mark Lines},
  booktitle={SWQD},
  year={2016}
}
The Disciplined Agile 2.0 process decision framework [1] provides light-weight guidance to help organizations streamline their information technology (IT) processes in a context-sensitive manner. It does this by showing how various activities such as solution delivery, operations, enterprise architecture, portfolio management, and many others work together in a cohesive whole. The framework also describes what these activities should address, provides a range of options for doing so, and… 
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