(A) Agile is initiated as a grass roots movement at the developer level. Customers and management may not be on board
(B) Agile is seen as a silver bullet, a quick and easy fix to complexity issues prevalent in software development, leading to failed expectations
(C) Teams and organizations embrace change gracefully, since Agile believes that the only constant is ‘change’
(D) Agile maybe misapplied in organizations with lack of team support or where the code base is too complex and unmaintainable
Question is lamenting the fact that agile successes are NOT translated in the long run and there are three options which justify reasons to this failure. Therefore, we need to identify one option which is a weaker argument to the "failure" cause.
Becoming Agile: …in an imperfect world, Greg Smith & Ahmed Sidky, page xvii (foreword)
|Copyright © 2012 ProplanX (www.ProplanX.com)|