WASHINGTON DC - NOVEMBER 14: Teddy Taylor, left,  is a  'Diplomat in Residence' Howard University. He is a full-time employee of the State Department whose job it is to educate and recruit african american Howard students to go work at State. He conducted a panel comprised of State Department employees to tell their story on how they made their way to the diplomatic service at the Ralph Bunch center on the Howard University campus in Washington DC, November 14, 2013. ( Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post)

Agile in International Development

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Achieving International Development in Africa through Agile Methodologies – Part 1 of 2 Introduction Africa faces several developmental issues that need to be addressed, with poverty at its core. Areas in Africa have some of the world’s highest concentrations of poor people.  According to the Rural Poverty Portal website, “In Sub-Saharan Africa, more than 280 […]

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SAT Preparation in Sprints

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SAT Preparation in Sprints What do Agile Methodology and SAT preparation have in common? More than you may think. Just recently, I used Agile methodology to help my daughter effectively prepare for her SAT test. Agile methodology is a project management approach, typically used with software development projects. A core concept utilized in Agile methodology […]