Chart Your Own Path
There's No Absolute Agile; So Don't Be Distracted by Someone Else's Pet Approaches
Jesse Fewell recently asked project professionals he's worked with this question: "What does agile mean to you?" Dozens of people answered, and one pattern emerged: Nobody agreed. For some, the agile movement is about "humans as customers and creators." For others, it's all about embracing change. Meanwhile, one person declared that "agile = common sense." None of this is wrong, per se. But if everyone has a different definition of this agile thing, then how does anyone know where to begin?