I keep hearing the need for "Growth Mindset," "Collaboration," "Empathy," etc. while describing the characteristics…
I have recently seen the SAFe framework criticized by the Scrum founder as well as the Kanban founder (see “unSAFEe at Any Speed” and “Kanban — The Anti-SAFe for Almost a Decade Already“). Method wars are not new, however, and could go on forever. In the face of these discussions, it is important to remember the real intent behind Agile methods.
In this recently published Cutter article, I discuss the importance of understanding Agile as a tool rather than as a goal. I am also proposing some ideas from complexity theory and Cynefin framework to substantiate the need for parallel/safe to fail experiments rather than handcuffing organizations with single framework/method or a process.
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