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In Praise of Rigidity
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| by James Ross Follow 0 Followers on Oct 06, 2018 |

James Ross argues that agility needs some rigidity to be successful, just as skaters need some rigid ice to perform their moves.


James Ross has been around in Agile circles long enough to remember when suggesting working in an Agile way was a career limiting move. Now that it’s a career limiting move if you don’t profess unwavering loyalty to everything Agile, James finds himself frequently spending the opportunities he gets to use a microphone to call out some of the many ways we might be getting agility wrong.

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