Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

Posted December 11, 2014 | Technology |

I always look forward to attending Agile conferences. It is a great place to hear speakers sharing their experiences and secret recipe behind their success. However, I have come to realize over a period of years that what I hear at conferences needs to be taken with a pinch of salt, analyzed well before implementing in our organizations. In this Advisor, I would like to share a few tips to keep in mind while borrowing new ideas and rolling out in the organization. There are some situations that could do more harm than being useful.

About The Author
Venkatesh Krishnamurthy
Venkatesh Krishnamurthy is a delivery coach in a large insurance company in Melbourne, Australia. Mr. Krishnamurthy has spent the last 20 years working for major industries, including telecom, finance, healthcare, and automotive. His interest in cognitive science led him to Agile methods and processes such as Scrum, XP, Lean, and Six Sigma. He has successfully led several Agile transformation projects, coaching at different levels for senior… Read More
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