Project Suitability for Agile

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Mike Cohn posted recently about "Deciding What Kind of Projects Are Most Suited For Agile". In that post he writes, In my view, the most appropriate projects for agile are ones with aggressive deadlines, a high degree of complexity, and a high degree of novelty (uniqueness) to them.I've seen statements very much like this for a number of years now. Others have been more focused on the project

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