Monthly Archives: July 2009

Agile Fails Better

One overlooked aspect of agile is that it fails well. People tend to talk about this obliquely referring to the feedback mechanism as being an important part of the agile process. I suspect the reason is that people do not … Continue reading 

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Embrace Pain

Agile is about surfacing pain. It’s not about roses, perfume, and happy candlelight dinners together. Traditional project management methodologies made it easy to sweep the pain under the carpet, lying about how you were doing up until the end of … Continue reading 

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