12 February 2011

Strategies Against Architecture & Interactions Over Processes and Tools | Architects Zone

Strategies Against Architecture & Interactions Over Processes and Tools | Architects Zone
Although it is a simple value, the idea that individuals and interactions are more significant than processes and tools is overlooked perhaps more often than it is valued. Of course, processes and tools make a difference –– sometimes a very big difference –– but what determines whether a process or tool is effective is related to the individuals and interactions. To best achieve agility you need to start with the current context and understand how people actually behave in response to their environment, their beliefs and one another.

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