I recently saw yet another popular blog post condemning “agile”. But the author wasn’t talking about agile. The author was talking about scrum meetings, ticket counting, and velocity-measuring-micro-management.
How One Jira Ticket Made My Employer $1MM/Month: 7 Metrics that Actually Matter
Eric Elliott

This is a symptom of what I call “Sorta Agile”, which is what most companies who think they are following the discipline do. They have stand-ups, “Sprints”, and even boards, but they don’t follow the process and blame it when they fail.

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