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Why roadmaps reflect the level of Agile inadequacy

The Penguin Principle for Agile transformations

I was in the fifth and final round for a Product Owner position. I remember being tired of responding to all kinds of questions, often the same I had answered before.

Especially considering I already jumped through quite a few hoops— I had completed a personality test and an intelligence assessment. Didn’t they have enough information to decide if I’m good enough (or not) by now?

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Maarten Dalmijn

Maarten Dalmijn

Product Management Leader. Follow me at https://mdalmijn.com

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