Agile in 1948? Agileism?

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I just had a chance to watch a short cartoon about America and how it was back in 1948 and the things they worried and or cared about most. What I found most ironic, is that we are doing the same thing with Agile. When it works, the pieces to be improved become our whipping boy. When it fails, Agile itself is the whipping boy. Yet we allow these snake oil salesman to come into the industry and promote their silver bullet cure all methods of treatment. Take a look at the following video, then leave a comment regarding technical debt, the state of Agile, and the future of making the workplace a better place!






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