Doing everything differently for every project isn’t going to help you move faster.

Redefining your methodology during a project is never going to work, that’s an outside-of-project task when no project will be affected.

Tweaks are good, but changes are not good.

Tweaks – “Let’s log these types of issues as bugs instead of tasks”

Changes – “Let’s stop using sub-tasks and stories and go to epics and tasks”

Your methodology might not do one thing, it doesn’t mean you need to throw it out.

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