Agile Adoption

The Agile Manifesto

In February of 2001 a group of 17 thought leaders got together in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah to talk software development. In the end the group stood as one, an Agile Alliance, with a manifesto, declaring the principles and policies for the best way to make software. The Agile Manifesto values customer collaboration, individuals and interactions, responding to change, and working software over contract negotiation, processes and tools, following a plan and full documentation.