Posted March 7, 2018 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
There is an ingrained optimistic spirit infusing the enterprise, creating a bias toward action, toward change, toward better things. And, a resulting need for speed: speed to market, shorter cycles, quicker turnaround, and more throughput. Faster, faster, faster! More Agile. But speed kills. Even avid practitioners of Agile — if we pay attention to some of the current conversations — are generally of the view that Agile is not merely about speed, and that breakneck speed can break necks and more, if “Agile” is simply an excuse to hurtle mindlessly into space.