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Is Agile a Return to Common Sense?
By Brian Lucas “Common sense is seeing things as they are; and doing things as they ought to be.” –Harriet Beecher Stowe A post of mine, “HCM, HIM and Agile are Perfect Together“, had the following reply from Dave Francavilla: Brian, Very … Continue reading
Posted in Agile Arguments, Agile for Beginners, Agile for Software Development, Agile in the Enterprise, Interview with a Natural Agilist Tagged Agile, Agile Methods, Agile Thinking, Business Agility, Business Management, Founding Fathers, History, Keeping Agile, Logic, Management, Socrates, Thomas Jefferson, Time Travel 78 Comments