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Back to the basic (Agile Manifesto)

Azizi Yazit
October 14, 2021

Back to the basic (Agile Manifesto)

Agile is a service-management approach that rests on 4 pillars, themselves supported by 12 guiding principles. Unlike Scrum, for instance, it’s not a framework, and it doesn’t come with hard-and-fast requirements. That can be a good thing—no one wants to be burdened by some restrictive set of rules that ignore what they’re trying to get done. But the absence of hard-and-fast rules has also led to a proliferation of ‘flavors’ of Agile, some of which start to feel as though they’re Agile in name only (AINO).

Now, it’s not that the principles are outdated, or that they were never any use in the first place: it’s rather that practitioners, but especially their managers, have been too agile in their interpretation of Agile. The idea has somehow arisen that Agile is so flexible as a method that it can accommodate the imposition of a lot of new rules (or even “Laws”).

--Jim Highsmith

Azizi Yazit

October 14, 2021
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  1. 1848 Communist Manifesto
    F. Engels Karl Marx
    12 Principles
    Capitalism
    Revolution against
    Founded
    Communist Manifesto
    Stalin
    Fidel Castro
    Marxist-lennist
    Wrong Socialism
    Totalitarianism
    &
    Fascism

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  2. 1848 Communist Manifesto
    F. Engels Karl Marx
    12 Principles
    Capitalism
    Revolution against
    Founded
    Communist Manifesto
    Democracy
    Social Democracy Conservative Democracy

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  3. 1848 Communist Manifesto
    F. Engels Karl Marx
    12 Principles
    Capitalism
    Revolution against
    Founded
    Communist Manifesto
    Democracy
    Social Democracy Conservative Democracy
    Based on history fact, Marxist-lennist is “wrong implementation” of
    the ideas from the manifesto that resulted in dictatorship. When
    democracy is accepted as a movement of moderation, some of them
    take the good principles from Marxist combined it with democracy
    principles.

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  4. Left Right
    Conservative
    Anarchism
    Radical Radical
    Socialism
    Center
    Democracy
    Liberal
    The more you go to the Left, the more sacrifice needed (revolution)
    change from the top to the bottom. The more you go to the right the
    less sacrifice needed BUT we are stuck in the existing system.

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  5. Left Right
    Conservative
    Anarchism
    Radical Radical
    Socialism
    Center
    Democracy
    Liberal
    The more you go to the Left, the more sacrifice needed (revolution)
    change from the top to the bottom. The more you go to the right the
    less sacrifice needed as we are stuck in the existing system.
    Left Right
    Waterfall
    Extreme Prog
    Radical Radical
    Scrum
    Center
    SaFE
    Liberal
    The more you go to the Left, the more sacrifice needed (revolution)
    change from the top to the bottom. The more you go to the right the
    less sacrifice needed BUT we are stuck in the existing system.

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