Doing Agile Without Anyone Realizing It

A team whose output is mainly “business as usual” – a team that subs and publishes stories and distributes them around a network – might not seem like it lends itself to Agile processes. A team already somewhat cynical about meetings, agendas, phone calls and so on might not seem like a good target for introducing a new process like Agile. We decided to see if our team would benefit by using Agile processes (spoiler alert: they did), but we never mentioned the word “Agile” to them. Now they are proposing more Agile-type processes on their own – and they still don’t know they are “doing Agile”.

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