No, all I know is management is changing things up.
We are going to try out a new format to the company one that gets us better customer satisfaction and more face to face conversation
Agile software development
Oh so Agile focuses on keeping the process lean and creating minimum viable products that go through a number of iterations before anything is final.
Each day at the same time, the team meets so as to bring everyone up to date on the information that is vital for coordination: each team members briefly describes any “completed” contributions and any obstacles that stand in their way
Instead of betting everything on a "big bang" launch, an agile team delivers work in small, but consumable, increments. Requirements, plans, and results are evaluated continuously so teams have a natural mechanism for responding to change quickly.
Individual and team interactions over processes and toolsWorking software over comprehensive documentationCustomer collaboration over contract negotiationResponding to change over following a plan
Teams choose agile so they can respond to changes in the marketplace or feedback from customers quickly without derailing a year's worth of plans
Benefits of Agile include its ability to help teams in an evolving landscape while maintaining a focus on the efficient delivery of business value. The collaborative culture facilitated by Agile also improves efficiency throughout the organization as teams work together and understand their specific roles in the process.