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Re: [XP] Agile or not agile? This is the problem

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  • Jonathan Harley
    It sounds a lot like our environment where we have external stakeholders who need some knowledge of what s coming at them. Doesn t seem all that unreasonable
    Message 1 of 2 , May 5, 2012
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      It sounds a lot like our environment where we have external stakeholders
      who need some knowledge of what's coming at them. Doesn't seem all that
      unreasonable to me. Neither is it - non-Agile.

      On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 10:31 AM, M. Manca <m.manca@...>wrote:

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      > I came from a meeting where I hear the world agile too much times and I
      > didn't hear so many agile practices mentioned, so I would suspect that
      > there is an abuse of "agile" not related to agile practices and methods.
      >
      > Best of all, the client management ask to have:
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      > 1. "Project Communication Plan"
      > 2. "Delivery plan"
      > 2. "Risk management plan"
      > 3. "Project recovery plan"
      >
      > They put more emphasis on these documents then on their requirements
      > document that actually is very poor, it contains a lot of performance
      > requirements and environmental requirements but not so much functional
      > requirements.
      >
      > Seems to me that they didn't know so much the product or that they
      > wouldn't I know it before starting to work, but obviously they need some
      > sort of offer before to start (also this is not agile but I really made
      > only 3 agile contracts in last 5 years).
      >
      > What do you think about?
      >
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