Through our collective experience at my firm, my colleagues and I have collaborated on many different projects together. And in just about every case, our differing backgrounds required us to adapt or assimilate different methodologies put forth by members of the team or our clients.
Sometimes, customers encourage us to use our experience toward determining the approach that works best; more often than not, however, customers’ IT organizations want us to conform to their own methodologies. As consultants, we’re trained to adapt to all types of scenarios and environments, but we’ve learned a lot along the way. More important, we’ve learned that many customers that want to use Agile methodologies don’t necessarily always want to be agile, or don’t fully understand the Agile approach.
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