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Remove Date-driven Behavior to Achieve Agility — Commit to Value, Not Dates

Delivering something on time does not mean it is valuable.

The fear of failing to meet a due date can cause us to act in overly cautious manner and encourages wasteful date-driven behavior. Because of this, if we do not have a real date constraint, we should avoid manufacturing one. Dates do not…

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Make Agile simple again and rediscover the core of Agile

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Todd Lankford

Todd Lankford

I help organizations simplify their Agile journey by building cultures to emerge better products. https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-lankford-agile-coach/

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