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Request for new Agility Path forum
Last Post 30 Aug 2013 05:45 AM by Ian Mitchell. 0 Replies.
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Ian Mitchell
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30 Aug 2013 05:45 AM
    In the recent topic "Method Wars: Scrum vs. SAFe", there was some discussion about a Scrum-compliant alternative to the Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe). Charles Bradley made this comment:

    "I will concede that Agility Path is later to the market, and more enigmatic so far."

    I'll second that! I've subscribed to Agility Path and have been underwhelmed by the content made available to date...or, if you prefer, overwhelmed by that sense of continuing enigma. I hardly need to point out that a video and a slideshare of multivariate data on a spider chart isn't going to compete in the boardroom with SAFe.

    I can see no reason to exclude the scrum.org community from the development of Agility Path, even if it is only to discuss what we see of Agility Path as it emerges and evolves.

    The longest journey begins with the smallest step, so on that basis...can scrum.org please create a forum for the discussion of Agility Path? If not, can scrum.org explain its position on this matter?
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