Hello Carlos, thanks for writing. On Thursday, September 21, 2006,
at 10:10:54 AM, you wrote:
> On 9/21/06, Ron Jeffries <ronjeffries@ acm.org
>> David raises a key point, which is that figuring out whether one
>> being Agile is essentially pointless. His view, and I think it's a
>> good outlook, is that the more important point is to be doing good
>> for the organization we're in.
> I understand the point.
> But if a process do not follow basic agile principles and is "doing
> good for the organization" should we call it "agile"? Would it not be
> an inadequate approach to say that agile is just to be
> effective/efficacio us?
I wouldn't call a team "agile" because it was effective. I'd call a
team agile based on its use of certain principles and practices --
I just don't think that knowing whether you're agile or not is very
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