Agile is not only supposed to be fast, it is supposed to follow the ideas of the users and yet, those users can change their ideas. This episodes deals with how we can design a good product when the goals for that product may not be fixed.
The revolution is upon us, or so we have always claimed. “You can change the world,” Steve Jobs allegedly told prospective CEO John Sculley, “or you can just go back to selling sugar water.” A lot of things that we think are revolutionary may be a little less disruptive when you get below the surface. So David and Tamara take us to the revolutionary side of Agile methods.
What is new to Agile Development. Much and little. We return to Silicon Valley’s Lillian M. Gilbreth Preschool for the Young Innovative Entrepreneur to learn a little more about the nature of how we manage software and handle projects. tamara also gives us a little strength training to get to the root of the issue.