Dernière partie de la série sur le Pourquoi, Comment et Quoi de l'Agilité avec un grand A: c'est QUOI être Agile, Maintenant que vous avez MES réponses à ces 3 questions, trouvez les vôtres, celles qui s'appliquent à votre contexte.
I think I’ve found myself (somewhat accidentally) at the beginning of a series of posts called ‘debates I find useless… let’s move on’. The latest round of discussion that seems to have spiked (at least for me) this week is the whole ‘to estimate or not to estimate’ conversation. The answer to this question clearly …
Philippe Vallat's insight:
Nice article, good conclusion: "To have a rational conversation about what to estimate or how to estimate, we have to look at the nature of the problem we are trying to solve, the nature of the organization that is chartered to solve it, the investment and risk profile of what we are trying to build. We need to assess our tolerances for uncertainty. We don’t want to pretend we can estimate things we can’t estimate, but we also want to recognize that some things under some conditions can be estimated."
Are you an IT consultant or contractor? Agile Software Development work is dead. If you practice that, you are a doorstop. If you manage that way, you are a boat-anchor. The wave has ended, it is
Philippe Vallat's insight:
Certainly worth reading.
Quote: "Yet Agile has become the most popular software project management paradigm, certainly exceeding my expectations. People commonly fix some of these issues above, ignore the manifesto, and call it Agile anyway (AINO). Market penetration is high, real applicability is limited, problems have not been solved, the original supporters have left, the name is tarnished, implementations are highly modified away from original goals. "
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