I first encountered Agile in 2000 when I implemented the DSDM methodology on a project for a large multinational computer manufacturer. My experience since then has invariably been that whilst many large organisations claim to be agile, the truth is that
they almost certainly aren't and I see the same behaviours repeated over and over. Agile is not just a develpoment framework, agile is a way of thinking, it's an ethos, a state of mind. I often wonder how many agile practitioners are truly familiar with the
Agile manifesto. I wanted to write down a few tips just as food for thought. I'm sure that some of you can improve these so please do.
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