Don’t Disrupt Agile. Drop It.

Posted April 29, 2020 | Leadership | Amplify
Jeff Doolittle helps us to set out on our own path to disruption. He suggests the most drastically disruptive action: don’t do Agile. At the very least, don’t do Agile the way too many others are doing Agile. Doolittle invokes the same line of thinking that started our thought experiment to begin with — what has Agile become? Has it grown in unintended ways? Have we lost what it is supposed to be? What else is there if not Agile? Should we completely abandon Agile? Wouldn’t that be disruptive!
About The Author
Jeff Doolittle
Jeff Doolittle is a master architect with over 20 years of industry experience. He helps make good software engineers great. His passion, resolve, and can-do attitude are contagious. Mr. Doolittle began his career in a successful software consulting firm serving companies of all sizes, from small businesses to Fortune 100 companies; in just a few years, he took on the role of CTO. His experience as a consultant exposed him to a dizzying array of… Read More
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