March 05, 2007

Bringing Agility to Architecture, and Architecture to Agility

Agile development methods are good or not? Despite some successes larger organisations and projects have been very slow to adopt them, one of the reasons is that many agile methods are perceived as architecturally weak, disconnected from the realities of delivering large systems in complex enterprise environments.

At the same time, many architecture processes are seen as slow, clumsy and bureaucratic. They would benefit from a more agile approach.

This site looks at ways to confront this dilemma, by bringing agility to architecture and architecture to agility.