- 13 Apr 2012
Creating and Implementing D^5: Dialogue
D^5 was built on Agile concepts. It’s centered around individuals and interactions: It’s centered around working software: It’s centered around customer collaboration: And it’s centered around responding (not reacting) to change.
We built a highly adaptable process that’s iteration friendly. It’s a process that scales (up or down) and that will forever keep the focus on internal and external collaboration.
And that collaboration will force not only better software—but the continuous improvement of D^5. We look forward to improving upon D^5 now and in the future. The dialogue piece (D5) of D^5—just like any software project—is never ending.
About Joshua Bennett
Joshua is our Project Manager who graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia and then earned his Certified Associate of Project Management (CAPM) from PMI. The years since he finished school have brought him farther and farther west, further developing his skills as a Project Manager along the way. When not organizing, planning, or relentlessly following-up, he enjoys reading, writing, happy hour; or, the more active pursuits of tromping and riding around the Cascades, dreaming of summer where his free time is spent sailing.