If Murphy was alive today and asked to define “agile,” one of his answers would probably be “the ability for a business to see the results of a project before they can define the requirements.”

This seems futuristic, but this is how agile and rapid development methodologies have painted the image, and the IT players have no option but to go with the flow.

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