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re: What does "agile" mean these days? VIEW POST

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In most companies worked in/with: Fatboys, post-its brainstorming and one person ending up doing all the shit work, while other are debating the future of work, society and the precise date when AI will cook lasagna perfectly.

In decent software company: splitting the work between a product team shipping user stories and dev squads organizing themselves to implement them. It might sound a bit restrictive, but it is a big, big move away from the "one guy a the top of the pyramid micro-managing everything".

The one part I have yet to see greatly implemented is the: Individuals and Interactions over Processes and Tools. Way too often, Agile becomes an argument over how you implement it and quite a complex machinery.

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