With Agile, and other iterative methodologies, the traditional roles of a team have been replaced with a single role: team member. A team must still collectively possess all the skills needed to complete its work, but the traditional silos and handoffs are eliminated.
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During the month of August, iWorks held a Virtual Spirit Week. If you think back to your high school days, Spirit Week was one of the best weeks of the year.
The Professional Services Council Annual Defense Services Conference provided a forum for a panel of defense industry professionals to discuss modernization and sustainment practices in response to COVID-19.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us, including our financial decisions. When it comes to crises and uncertainties in the financial market, it is easy to make fear-based decisions about financial investments without considering the long-term effects of those decisions.
While an iterative approach like Agile, that uses continual prioritization to deliver value to end users, is an ideal approach to many Information Technology (IT) solutions, there are various obstacles that keep many agencies from fully adopting Agile methodologies and practices.
From technical editing and software development to social media and website updates, iWorks’ summer interns have been making large strides in helping the company while working fully remote due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
iWorks continues to use AWS GovCloud-hosted secure video teleconferencing and automated scheduling capabilities to help clients successfully continue their day-to-day mission and IT operations.
iWorks had the pleasure of participating in two industry-wide events on Information Technology (IT) during the month of May 2020.
The Washington Post recently released its annual ranking of top employers in the Washington, D.C. area. iWorks Corporation (iWorks) was once again identified as a Top Workplace in the small employer category, marking iWorks’ fifth year on the list.
iWorks is proud of our company’s culture of community. We have a team dedicated to planning events, contests, health challenges, etc., to ensure our family of employees can take a break from their regular work to build and maintain relationships with one another. We weren’t about to let the Virginia COVID-19 stay at home order change that!