When did you last throw away unmerged work?
The last time you deleted or closed some unfinished work, what lead to that situation?
No amount of design is sufficient without exposing the feature to real life users.
How do you keep Devs, QAs and Testers constantly busy?
I understand where this question comes from. But it's the wrong question.
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Ask 10 people, get 15 answers
Ask 10 people what "Agile" or "DevOps" means, and you'll get 15 answers. The terms have essentially become meaningless.
The struggles of building the right thing
Surprises about what to build are the rule, not the exception.
My preferred "Agile framework" for a new team
Work closely with the users of the software, and establish tight feedback loops. No framework necessary.
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When we buy outcomes, rather than inputs or outputs, we align the supplier's desires with our own
Nobody ever got fired for buying IBM
If this claim is true, there are only two possible explanations. Neither one is very convincing.
Who is responsible for preventing scope creep?
The question assumes that scope creep is something to be managed and/or prevented.