Almost 20 years after the Agile Manifesto was signed, many companies think of agile product development mainly as a fast and cheap process.
Since 2001, when the Agile Manifesto a group of software developers wrote it, the term was picked to represent a philosophical framework based on 12 principles to drive product development.
Finding a single word to summarize a complex process is a challenging task. Language evolves and the intended meaning can be lost. “Agile” seems to be suffering that fate in the product development realm.
In a recent presentation at t…