As part of my ShiftUp Qualification Program I was reading a Forbes article The Foolishness Of Fail Fast, Fail Often: Read here the original article
A very good article! Made me to re-read the Agile Manifesto which is always a good thing. The most important thing personally I learnt: “Lean is a term normally associated with the removal of waste and inefficient processes to improve an outcome.” I think was the most simple and clear definition of Lean I read, and will be most useful for me. I’ve like the author challenged the “fail fast, fail often” mantra, which obviously cannot be used in any context. Too often people take a wonderful concept, removed the context around it and use it blind everywhere.