D.O.G.M.A.

Defending
Old
Glorified
Methods in
Agile

  • A simple start is good, but using the same simple start everywhere is not
  • Enabling the adding of practices is good, giving guidance on which ones to add and providing them is even better
  • Some practices are really good, but none are optimal everywhere, so demanding everyone do them can be counter productive
  • Making it easy to adopt a framework is good, but doing it by leaving out critical parts is not
  • Adding functionality to a system is good, but it shouldn’t require making the system complicated
  • Incorporating practices from other mindsets is good, but pretending that this means your approach has the same mindset is not
  • Recognizing that most companies need to do similar things is good, pretending this means most companies need to start the same way is not

what other D.O.G.M.A. is out there?

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