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Agile in a Flash: Basic Agile Flow

 
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These cards aren't intended to say that agile is meant to be prescriptive, but sometimes we feel that they probably come across this way. This time, we've presented two cards due to our unease with the first one we put together (it's meant to be one of the fundamental cards in our forthcoming deck of 52--which is about 3/4 of the way toward completion of the first draft).

Basic agile flow--what happens when in an agile effort?

http://agileinaflash.blogspot.com/2010/08/basic-agile-flow.html

Jeff
 
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