The Top Five Agile Concepts That Most Companies Completely Miss
Organizations claim to be going agile. Many agile leaders promise twice the results in half the time. Unfortunately, most organizations and leaders fail before they even start. In five basic concepts Lee Henson shares the reasons for their failures. First, focusing on the outcome instead of the output is critical for agile project success. Second, organizations that succeed are those that take time to eliminate technical debt and focus on test automation. Third, as organizations strive to be precise in their estimates, they are learning that time-based estimation was never intended to be used to measure consumer satisfaction. Fourth, correctly sized teams, swarming on limited work in progress, allow organizations to focus on the most important things they should be doing. Fifth, organizations learn to do more in less time by balancing doing the right thing, with doing the thing right. Join Lee to see how these five concepts promote real agile success.