What lessons can the agile community learn from a maverick fighter pilot?

@article{Adolph2006WhatLC,
  title={What lessons can the agile community learn from a maverick fighter pilot?},
  author={Steve Adolph},
  journal={AGILE 2006 (AGILE'06)},
  year={2006},
  pages={6 pp.-99}
}
For the agile software development community, agility is defined by the values expressed in the agile manifesto. But in concrete terms, what does it mean for a software project to be agile? US Air Force Colonel John Boyd defined agility as the ability to operate the observation-orientation-decision-action (OODA) loop faster than an adversary. Agility therefore depends on the tempo at which we can exploit the OODA loop, and it is culture, not methodologies or tools that determine our OODA loop… CONTINUE READING

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