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Head First Agile: Could Agile be panacea for all the issues?

 
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Dear Authors,

  Welcome to the forum, thanks for hanging around ...

I had been into the so-called time-tested traditional models of designing delivering and managing projects for well over 15 years but
of late there have been a lot of pushes from higher-ups and lower down that we need to move into Agile.

As a seasoned project manager, I am a bit skeptical about moving towards agile since we need to make a quantum shift in the way
we have been doing things which have given predictable results if not in all occasions but mostly.
given that, my question to you is: is Agile/Scrum Panacea for all the issues that we have been facing in traditional models?

Thanks and Regards
Sundar


 
 
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A panacea is a solution or remedy.  Most agile proponents, particularly the Scrum folks, will tell you that "Agile won't fix your problems, it reveals them."  So, start from that kind of mindset.
 
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