<blockquote>First they ignore you
Then they laugh at you
Then they fight you
Agile is as much a political change movement as it is a technical and process improvement one. The language of politics is ubiquitous, and there is a clear split between revolutionaries and gradualists.
What can we learn from previous political change movements?
How do we achieve a lasting change without perpetuating the antagonistic struggle between delivery roles that saps energy better spent on producing better systems?
How do power structures operate and where should power lie for maximum effectiveness?
How should we organise to change our whole delivery societies, both within our own organisations and more widely?
How useful is doctrinal purity?
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