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Art Torres has been delivering business solutions through technology in several industries. He teaches Business and Information Technology at California Lutheran University and University of Phoenix....more
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Brian Wood

Nice high-level article on the potential (and achievable) benefits. However, with Agile there is significant room for bad planning, mistakes, delays, and cost overruns if not executed properly. Too many development shops us "We're doing this in Agile" as an excuse to skip basic requirements planning, be loose with quality control, and put together systems with mis-aligned modules and UI's. Done right, Agile can indeed be a very useful tool to deliver business benefits quickly. Done poorly, Agile can result in a project that seems to never end, never has enough money, and irritates the customer with a ever longer bug list.

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