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Rebooting the Agile Manifesto – Part 2

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“Working Software Over Comprehensive Documentation” Human communication is imperfect, especially oral communication. If you’ve ever played the Game of Telephone you’ve experienced signal degradation first-hand. All kinds of factors interfere with fidelity: personalities, cultural differences, moods, domain knowledge, and the non-stop voices inside our heads that filter everything we hear and see through the cumulative effects of our personal experiences.…

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Rebooting the Agile Manifesto – Part 1

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Over the next three articles I’m going to revisit a sacred cow. I’m not advocating we overturn the venerable Agile Manifesto. However, I do wish to recover its original wisdom. In Parts 1 & 2, I’ll examine two of the AM’s four postulates and then in Part 3, I’ll explain why I think it sometimes seems the revolution has let…

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