Fwd: [experiencedesign] An Agile Moment
- This just popped up on the experiencedesign list - thought it would
be of interest.
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> From: "Paula Thornton" <iknovate@...>
> Date: 8 March 2007 17:49:17 GMT
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> Subject: [experiencedesign] An Agile Moment
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> I quickly did a search across our past messages to see how often the
> word "agile" appears. The results were interesting -- including a
> recent question being the same one asked in 2004.
> I'm having an Agile moment or two this week, so I wanted to share a
> few artifacts.
> 1. A piece I posted on what started around Agile turned into a new
> work experience at Microsoft:
> 2. A piece I found from a recent event by Chris McEvoy (who has
> already won my heart with his message "Usability Must Die" --
> and lastly, a true test of any methodology which professes to be
> agile, the manifesto:
> Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
> Working software over comprehensive documentation
> Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
> Responding to change over following a plan