An Agile Myth: Only the Most Complete Feature Set Will Do

Posted March 28, 2019 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence

Product development is challenging for both business people and engineers; one challenge is knowing which features to add and when to stop adding more features. Iterative development solves this problem. With short and repeated development cycles, the product grows. This Advisor seeks to demystify a common myth that surrounds Agile product development: the myth that only the most complete feature set will do. 

About The Author
Hubert Smits
Hubert Smits is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence practice. He is an innovative, assertive, and goal-oriented Agile consultant, coach, and trainer with a track record of successfully spearheading enterprise-level Agile and Lean enablement efforts. Mr. Smit's work is based on 15 years' experience in the Agile domain, complemented by 20 years in project management, working with… Read More
Peter Borsella
Peter Borsella is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium's Business Agility and Software Engineering Excellence Practice. After many years of practical experience successfully delivering projects and creating effective teams, Peter became one of the earlier pioneers of agility, initiating groundbreaking practices that have become normal in the Agile world, such as scaling multiple teams, Agile contracts, distributed teams, and short… Read More
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