Food for Agile Thought #135: Agile Ecology, Product Hardship, DevOps Science, Corporate Product Death Cycle

Food for Agile Thought’s issue #135—shared with 15,812 peers—focuses on agile ecology, given the rise of the agile-industrial complex, and why we all are called to do something about it.

We also learn how to scale high-performance technology organizations with Lean and DevOps, and why Henry Ford’s principles destroy software engineering today.

Lastly, we deal with organizational silos and other management principles that so often prevent product teams from creating useful products — from a customer perspective. (Which is why Marty Cagan calls product management a hard thing.)

Have a great week!

Food for Agile Thought #135: Agile Ecology, Product Hardship, DevOps Science, Corporate Product Death Cycle

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