it seems to me that one needs to study agile methodologies in order to do it correctly. i think most developers are more interesting in learning about technology than processes.
On Fri, Jun 29, 2012 at 11:34 AM, Matt Pearce <[address removed]>
Would like to pick up on Richard's comment: 'Agile lacks long-term planning', on a new thread.
I'm interested in which ways can Agile practitioners keep long-term or strategic goals in focus, while retaining the agility of being able to change direction. What works, what doesn't?
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