I just read an article I’ve had open a couple of days. It’s a breakdown phrase by phrase of the agile manifesto and I think it’s awesome.
The author says:
Without a culture that embraces Agile, the application of any framework will not reach its full potential…. To build a culture around the Manifesto, we must first explore the meaning behind those 68 words. So let’s follow Lewis Carroll’s advice and “Begin at the beginning, and go on till you come to the end: then stop.”
I’ve been told it’s a bit “soap boxy”, but I felt it echoes how I think about and try and apply this short document to the way I work.