Necessary Friction

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Agile the Agile 2010 conference, Mark Levison commented on Twitter how he felt that the Agile community was fragile. He believes that some of the current friction between the Kanban and Scrum communities and the people for and against certifications is bad, and current scorched earth activities are hurting Agile as a whole. I certainly agree that there is friction. There are indeed egos

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