"Disciplined Agile" may sound like an oxymoron and has certainly been controversial for some in the Agile community, but it is essential for sustained success. Discipline does not mean "heavy-handed" -- we all know that too much management, overplanning, overdesign, and overly large projects are not effective. However, undisciplined teams that use Agile as a justification to avoid doing what is necessary are also not effective ... and, by the way, are not Agile.
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