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Agile Transformation

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on June 4, 2009 at 10:08:33 pm

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Adoption based on process readiness


Adoption of Agile Principles vs. Agile Practices


The Cargo Cult Agile Approach, a blog post by Bill Gaiennie  http://theagileadvisors.com/?p=39  "The term cargo cult comes from the author Richard Feyman and was described in detail in his book Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feyman!  The terms roots were even earlier than its use in his book, originally being used in his 1974 commencement address where he warned of learning to not fall into the trap of fooling one’s self.  And unfortunately, this is just what I am seeing more and more lately, agile teams fooling themselves into believing that they are truly utilizing agile"


Adopting Agile practices based on triple constraint drivers

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