Here’s how Agile get’s a bad rap…

  • We don’t have to plan.
  • We don’t have to think about what we want to do.
  • We don’t have to write anything down.
  • We don’t have to look past the current sprint.
  • We don’t have to be worried about what we deliver.
  • We can change what we are doing and who is doing it every day.
  • We don’t need to worry about what we deliver.

All wrong, all the time.

Agile isn’t a reason to avoid doing the hard work, it’s an idea, a concept, a framework to breakdown the hard work and make it simpler to deliver.

(In my own opinion)

It’s not about getting from A to B in a predictable, scalable manner.

I’m not an Agile Evangelist (far from it), but I do know, it’s not about exchanging delivery for being lazy and not doing the hard work to ship good quality software.

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