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Thanks for a very informative (and entertaining) series of posts. This hits close to home for me because I'm currently experiencing the Agile Imposition. It's been a very demotivational experience (no posters yet though :) for me because in the five years at my current job I've worked with a great team that has never failed to deliver on time and on budget. We have always been able to deliver quickly and respond to changing requirements. We have never had a problem communicating with each other. But now we're told that in spite of our record of success we have to change the way we deliver software because managers get gold stars for "embracing Agile". I don't have a problem with the Agile methodology per se, but in our case it's fixing something that ain't broke.

When your life resembles Dilbert so closely that you start to suspect Scott Adams is spying on you from a nearby cube, is it time to look elsewhere?


In reply to Re: Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part V): Meetings by iguanodon
in thread Nobody Expects the Agile Imposition (Part V): Meetings by eyepopslikeamosquito

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