A while back I had the bright idea of writing an “agile weekly” to share information specific to agile values, principles and practices via Asynchrony’s blog on a weekly basis – one quick blog post each week – how hard could that be to keep up? Alas, a great idea and you might have even seen some of these, but it didn’t take me long to realize just how quickly we can lose track of the principles that best enable agile to be successful. In particular, achieving “sustainable pace” is something that escaped my mind as I started writing weekly posts. That said, I finally managed to find a slice of time (by applying a few of my own lessons learned) so that I can write a bit to share some of the items I learned from my failed “agile weekly” experiment. These lessons learned are intended to help others achieve “sustainable pace”.
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