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Agile adoption roadblocks in Enterprise – is the opposite of Continuous Improvement really Intermittent Deterioration?

Posted by bcmoney on June 13, 2018 in E-Business, E-Government with No Comments


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“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” ~Ayn Rand

Everybody seems to want to “do Agile” these days, but few understand what that entails. Likewise, they don’t seem to realize that you can’t just “do Agile” but you can either “be Agile” or be what you’ve always been (or something else).

English: Extract from Raspberry Pi board at Tr...

English: Extract from Raspberry Pi board at TransferSummit 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Today, I’d like to expand on some thoughts I shared on Mike Cohn’s “Mountain Goat Software” blog on Agile:
https://www.mountaingoatsoftware.com/blog/why-your-product-backlog-should-look-like-an-iceberg

For the most part, those comments are simply summarizing some of my frustrations trying to push Agile adoption within an Enterprise company setup for very traditional Waterfall projects and Software Delivery LifeCycle (SDLC).

It’s a problem many Dev teams face.

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