Does Agile Kill Innovation? - Panel Discussion moderated by Tathagat Varma





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Published on Apr 21, 2013

Agile practices are sometimes considered an 'overhead' by product teams that are used to a more free-wheeling culture of innovation, and sometimes considered too 'lightweight' for developing large enterprise-class products that require high availability or reliability requirements to be rigorously baked into the product. Similarly, for companies that manage outsourced application development and product maintenance work, the notion of delivery reliability and predictability is paramount from their customer's perspective, and hence leaves little scope for innovating service delivery processes. On the other hand, we do have examples of application of agile, lean and lean startup practices leading to highly successful innovation, especially in web-based startups.

Moderator: Tathagat Varma

Panelists: Sudipta Lahiri, Sujatha Balakrishnan, Prafull Pillai, Owen Rogers and Henrik Kniberg

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