I don’t have enough fingers to count all the times I’ve heard “we want to deliver faster” as one of the prime reasons to incorporate business agility. Not saying this is a bad thing, BUT “delivering faster” asserts there is a baseline that apparently is not desirable and that there is a target of delivery rate/time we want to achieve.

Baselines and targets have been a lot less present in those same discussions. If we’re just going to deliver faster blindly, without thinking about what this means, we are potentially creating a self-destructing cycle. It’s the same M.O. of how…

Sander Dur

Scrum Mastering from the Trenches. Podcast host at “Mastering Agility”, available on all big platforms. LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/sanderdur

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