This is not you, right?
- Customer making changes at a faster rate then the development teams can implement
- A development team running short sprint lengths only to deliver crap to QA
- A development team promising features at a quicker rate than we can make avaliable to end customers – only to build up a queue of unshipped work
- A management team changing directions in a faster pace then company can absorb them,
- A software development company entering an Agile contract with a waterfall process
We apply agile principles to be fast and responsive to changes. Lean teaches us to "deferr decisions", agile to "change late". But doing this and turning a blind eye to real limitations we fool ourselves to believe we can drive faster than we are able. Result? Quick steering adjustments aimed for a sports car brings the truck into inbalance and possible into the ditch.
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