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Agilex’s Roger Baker: Agile IT Systems Could Mean Positive Outcomes for Fed Programs

Roger Baker
Roger Baker

TYSONS CORNER, VA March 18, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — ExecutiveBiz reported Tuesday on Agilex Chief Strategy Officer Roger Baker’s thoughts on how agile information technology systems could help government can plan, deliver and manage programs on time and with positive outcomes.

“No methodology is perfect and failures will still occur using agile, ” Baker said in a Agilex blog post published Monday.

“However, experience has proven that incremental and agile approaches improve the odds of success significantly, ensuring that new systems can be deployed to meet critical mission objectives faster than otherwise possible.”

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