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    Entries in agile manifesto (2)


    Anti agile without even knowing it

    It’s easy to be a critic or cynic of something, to put counter views out there or to dismiss or reject ideas. But it’s way more helpful to understand a few fundamentals first and then add your views.

    If agile is something new-ish to you, it’s good to know that many of the agile ways of thinking and working are based on the principles and practices written in 2001 in the Agile Manifesto. You can read the list of them via the Agile Alliance website or here’s a visual I created a couple of years ago, helping people to share and recall the information in an easier way.

    Yes, things keep evolving in the world of agile, but understanding some of the fundamentals can take you a long way forward by initiating conversations, building understanding and advancing the practice.

    Why not start a conversation from one of these principles to uncover how you're currently working and what might be a new way of working.

    Which of these look like a great way to work to you? 


    The Visual Agile Manifesto - refreshed

    A few years ago I created a visual representation of the written Agile Manifesto.

    It seemed to resonate with people; it got printed out, pinned up on walls and was shared and talked about in workplaces all over the world.

    I've updated the visual - with the same elements - but looking a little more refreshed.

    Here it is...