The Three Basic Assumptions of Agile
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Agile methods often succeed when organizations focus on 3 basic ideas:
- The law of Small Teams (Why working in small teams is almost always better than large teams),
- The law of the Customer (Why creating value for customers is the only thing an organization should focus on), and
- The law of Networks (Why utilizing networks, not hierarchies, is the way organizations can foster collaboration, learn to innovate, and thrive).
Not all organizations that undertake an Agile transition will see success. A lot depends on the extent to which they buy into Agile culture. But if patterns can be discerned, successful Agile adopters figure out how to make those 3 ideas work for them
About the Speaker
Bill draws on 25 years of IT experience, having played a variety of roles, including developer, Configuration Manager, Test Manager, and Agile Coach/Trainer. His experience allows him to compare and contrast the good and the bad from the Waterfall and Agile worlds. He’s worked at Verizon, SAIC, White House, US Immigration Service, and George Washington University. Bill earned an MBA from Loyola University of Maryland.
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