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Scott Ambler, of Disciplined Agile Delivery fame and one of the earliest signatories of SEMAT, has joined the SEMAT Advisory Board.

"I am excited about working with industry partners at SEMAT and leveraging the ESSENCE standard", said Scott Ambler in a recent phone interview, " in order to not just have different types of re-usable domain content built up for use as accelerators in Disciplined Agile Delivery projects, but also to clearly guide the industry on the benefits of specific granular practices that are currently uniquely only present within the Disciplined Agile Delivery method.”

InfoQ Article - June 2016

Key takeaways in article:

*What issues can SEMAT help address within an organisation.
*What is the best way to train people in the use of SEMAT so that its understood and used.
*Why are the SEMAT cards important?
*How can SEMAT be applied to the Enterprise, Programmes and Projects.
*How can the use of SEMAT be scaled out across your organisation.

White Paper Published April 5, 2016

Use cases have been around for almost 30 years as a requirements approach and have been part of the inspiration for more-recent techniques such as user stories. Now the inspiration has flown in the other direction. Use-Case 2.0 is the new generation of use-case-driven development—light, agile, and lean—inspired by user stories and the agile methodologies Scrum and Kanban.

Use-Case 2.0 has all the popular values from the past—not just supporting requirements, but also architecture, design, test, and user experience—and it is instrumental in business modeling and software reuse.