Agile Software Development

Are you sure you want to be agile?

Many organisations do not actually want or need agility. But by claiming to be agile and, at the same time, practicing an agile “cargo cult”, they harm themselves and the idea of agility in general. Instead of sticking to a broken wanna-be culture, they should look into traditional methods, which may be better suited for their situation.

The essence of agility

“ Build projects around motivated individuals. Give them the environment and support they need, and trust them to get the job done.”

The self-deception of “pretend-agile”

Failed agile does more harm than no agile

Be honest. Be bold. Embrace the waterfall.

Lead Architect at TUI. 17+ years of experience as Software Architect, Fullstack Developer and Agile Coach.

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