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The Circle of (Agile) Life

09.19.2013
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Once you start to deliver software, you build trust.

Once you have trust, people around you get more patient, and give you more leeway.

Once people are patient, you get opportunities to experiment, and yes, even fail sometimes.

Once you experiment, you learn from both success and failure.

Once you learn, you get more ideas to implement and deliver.

Will the circle remain unbroken?



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