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God Save Us....(hehehehe). Let me today example: when we have to open a new office or when we have to do something in some place with a component of construction we use Scrum in my actual work place.
Hmmm Scrum & Construction work together ? Not sure I fully understood.
May God Save Everyone :-)
I imagine a similar discussion was held a few decades back when proponents of lean were trying to push its usage outside of manufacturing.
Organizational agility and the values & principles in the Manifesto came apply (with very slight re-wording) to any domain. Specific agile methodologies and practices might need to be adapted or may not fit a given domain.
While there might be physical constraints to how continuously or early value can be delivered, this is no different than what you'd experience with applying agile to a legacy technology environment in a large traditional enterprise.
The lessons of scaling agile would help to adapt its usage in construction.
I forgot to write my classical comment: remember that Agile is not a method, is not a process. Is like Lean implementation. You can use Agile into any field. You have to think into architecture: you have an approach, you have life cycle models based on that approach, you have life cycle process based on that models, you have methods based on that process, you have tools to support the methods. You can mix the layers as best fits for your initiative without forget one rule: low coupling and high cohesion.
Think Neo once he starts seeing The Matrix for what it really is :-)
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