Agile and projects' failure

The Agile Manifesto states that you have to value individuals and interactions over processes. I'm pretty sure that when a customer repeatedly fails to arrange a meeting to discuss basic things, then using Agile actually ensures faster failure of the project. I am also sure that it is a good thing.

The faster you admit that a doomed project is a failure, the less time you spend actually failing. As a result, you'll have more time to do something really good and useful.


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