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Everyone wants to improve their experience at work.
Whether that takes the form of increasing efficiency, reducing confusion and anxiety about what needs to be done, feeling like your ideas and feedback are heard and respected, or simply knowing that the projects you work on are making an impact, there are seemingly endless ideas about how the nature of work can be improved for employees and employers alike.
Within the world of software, agile practices have been among the most talked about ways of improving processes. But are they all that they’re cracked up to be?
Proponents of agile laud the focus on the individual, the mandate to build working software on fast timetables, and the ability to quickly and
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