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I would be very interest in your thought on how the Method in your book compares to (or contrasts with) the philosophy and practices of agile development, including the enterprise-oriented approach of Scaled Agile.

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I have some related questions that I'll post here as well. Specifically, how would you compare/contrast your Method with:

1. The idea of "emergent architecture/design" that Agile proponents tout.

2. The idea of having an "Architecture Runway" in SAFe.

Are these more similar or more dissimilar to the approach taken in your Method? What are the main similarities/differences?
 
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