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Jorge Hidalgo Oct 6
and it also works the other way around - orgs that thing that to become agile and devopsy they just need to add a few new tools and automate some stuff and it's done
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Will-Architected Oct 6
Yes, the book addresses that :)
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Nick Zdunić Oct 6
Of course. If you don't write code your less likely to realize this and powerless to recognise what good looks like. Tremendous leverage often is missed IME.
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Murray 🇨🇦 Oct 6
Yes, the technical practices are necessary, one would think it goes without saying, but it doesn’t
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Steve Tendon Oct 6
Balance and coordination of elements create the conditions of performance. Technical practices are first order elements. They are "necessary, but not sufficient" as Goldratt would say.
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AgileShinobi Oct 6
We need more software engineers and less managers to understand this Agile thing.
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Steve Tendon Oct 6
We need more open minded thinking heads, no matter their role. Divisive cultures get you nowhere.
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Muhammad Ali Kazmi Oct 7
„Many...“ sounds mild. I think „Most...“ That is at least my observation.
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Ryan Marsh Oct 7
This tweet literally describes my ridiculous bill rate. Too many companies have an agile hangover because they didn’t properly care for themselves with technical practices.
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Dave McNulla Oct 7
We hired two technical coaches. Great, except they are severely underutilized.
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Richard Hundhausen Oct 8
It’s as though people have forgotten about the 12 Agile principles (while just focusing on the 4 values)
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