The goal of this post is to present a relatively simple agile-like development process to get started with.

The main audience is new Project/Product managers or developers trying to wrangle a chaotic development cycle.

A good primer on the reasons why you need a process can be found here: Negotiating a Process.

Good? Let’s get started then.

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No one likes a new process. It’s work to memorize, it’s work to do, and it removes your own autonomy from a situation, keeping you from just doing whatever you want to do.

But working without a process leads to chaos. Missed deadlines. Solutions that don’t actually solve the problem. Angry customers. Angry managers. Angry developers.

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