Re: [scrumdevelopment] How I ruined my career with Agile Development (sort of)
- johnbr wrote:
> I wrote an article on my blog about my (failed) experiences trying toJohn, it sounds like you were willing to believe that, in spite of the
> bring agile development into a small company I work.
> Please don't misconstrue the title - it is not an attack on agile
> development. It's a cautionary tale on how, in the wrong
> organization, agile development is the wrong strategy.
> If you'd like to read it and provide comments/feedback/suggestions on
> the article, or how I could have handled the situation differently,
> I'd love to read them.
> You can find the article here:
roadblocks you could see, if you could just do some Agile and get
results, everyone would be happy. I believed the same thing on my first
XP project. I even /ignored/ an obvious sign that my manager was lying
about his commitment to XP on the project. (He held his hands over his
mouth and nose while answering.) I so wanted to do XP and do well that I
chose to disregard this rather clear warning signal. I'm sure it happens
A fine article. Thanks.
J. B. Rainsberger,
Diaspar Software Services
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