Independent Signatories of
The Manifesto for Agile Software Development

We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. Through this work we have come to value:
  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan

That is, while there is value in the items on the right, we value the items on the left more.


Signatures Received: 04 May to 13 May 2016
Stanisław Rutkiewicz.
Durba Biswas.
Dawid Stępień.
Achim J.D. Christ: Reduce bureaucracy for better software.
Job Kaguru Wachira.
Pablo Ríos: The more these values are followed, the more likely to succeed in your project
Zachary Burggraf.
Nealle Page.
Randy Grenier: Also applies to database systems.
soham paringe: (SAIMITHAM) Working in Collaboration
Christopher Kovacs: (EnMobile, L.L.C.)
Daniel Streader: (b2cloud)
Rouzbeh (Ashton) Gharavi: (CBA)
Joseph B Miller.
Nikhil Sharma: (Neotech USA) I strongly support Agile development methods as it enables successful monitoring of the project and great collaboration between the internal development team and the customer whose problem we are solving.
Paloma Claudino: (GFT Brazil)
gabriel pastor: (devanddel) Agile forever !!!
Dolly Richard: The beauty of agile is that it is simple, yet practical and helps to stay relevant! It's not just for software development, but can seamlessly be extended and applied to far more disciplines. That’s agile and I endorse it!
Robin Green.
André Schaumburg.
Zahid Chaudhry.
Niraj Agrawal: (Independent Software Consultant) I support the Agile Manifesto as well as the principles laid down !!!
Michael Kerr.
Carlos Lizardi.
Darren Thatcher: (Agile Coach / CSM (Scrum Alliance)) Having worked with various clients, I see value in the Agile Manifesto and always refer back to this page when training and helping those teams (and myself!) succeed with Agile.
Danushka A Weerasingha.
Milani Senarath: (Teknowledge Shared services)
Bruce Holding: (NZ Post) I fully align with and endorse the Agile manifesto and it's principles. As a Project Manager I am committed to coaching my fellow project team and stakeholders to understand and value the manifesto and to consider adapting to it in the first instance then adopting it as into their project world
Harsh Nigam: (Automation Software Test consultant)
Swarna: (Maveric Systems) I Support Agile because it is more business friendly. All we need is a product that makes your end users happy. Let us accept changes, validate them, bucket them and deliver them.
Alex Crosby: I fully endorse the Agile Manifesto.
Kelly Taylor: (Meditech)
Ikuyinminu Oyebanji Oyeleye: (Oyebanji RAFA) I support the Agile Manifesto. I will also love to get the trends in number charts of companies that are operating in the agile environment now.
Michael C Dooley: (Capital One) Responding to changes rapidly and producing quality software that enhance business goals and customer satisfaction. Better communication and collaboration among team members and business. Team bonding that allows for the celebration of failure and views any set-back as an opportunity for growth. Frequent celebrations of tremendous work, commitment, and delivery from the team.
EMİR EMRE SARBAY: (Saber Software Solutions)
Josep Maria Carbonell Madern: (Jeanologia S.L.)
Thomas Schwarz: (ProSiebenSat.1 Applications)
Greg Morgan: I continue to learn and coach others on how to apply the agile values and principles in successful software delivery.
Karam Labban: The Agile manifesto was the answer to the questions I had when I was a PMP.
Nigel Hedges: (Reece Group) I am a huge fan of the Agile Manifesto. I endorse it because it underpins 8 values that I have seen over 20 years as being very important to successful software projects (and other products & services). Put another way, I've worked for some global software organisations that did these things poorly, and I've seen first hand their decline in the market. I think any sane organisation wanting to improve their odds of success, would do this at a minimum.
Jason Leeds: (USAA) Were all just writing on the walls like madmen here in Texas thanks to the Agile Manifesto! It's changed my life for the better, thanks for your contribution to the human race.
Chris Bennett: (Deloitte)
Jay Kelly: (Capital One)
Eder Yasutaki: (Scopus) The constant changes in the world of technology require organizations to focus increasingly agile and flexible processes.
Chris Philipsen: (Cardinal Solutions Group)
Hector Marquez: by using these guiding principles i has been able to lead projects to better outcomes and more satisfied customers
Andrew Aylward: Empowering, simply.
Saravanamani Rajamanickam: It is really proving to be a better model for software development especially for newer generation and changing culture in IT.
Gisli Adalsteinsson.

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