Agile has been around since the 1950s with the TJ Watson research centre leveraging iteration development. Organisations worldwide have rediscovered Agile as a delivery mechanisum in achieving outcomes using a time boxed framework. With the advent of the agile manifesto in 2001 there is now a plethora of new role titles and ways of performing project delivery in an agile terminology based approach. Mindavation retains an agnostic approach to agile, as we focus on the core principles that are most commonly forgotten about and form part of the agile manifesto. Every tool has a purpose in the toolkit and we do not profess that agile is the only tool you use. Speak to a Mindavator to ensure that you not only deliver your oganisation requirements but also create a culture, mindset and skills leveraging all forms of project delivery approaches.