New words pop up all the time, sometimes to describe a new phenomenon, or to capture the essence of a previously poorly investigated area. One such word is technical debt, first used by Ward Cunningham to show the later cost involved in delivering a quick solution now.
New technologies that changes conditions in a market, and often for society as a whole, are called disruptive. The phenomenon has been known since at least the early 20th century (see Joseph Schumpeter and Creative destruction) although concepts and models have changed.
Over the years we have worked with several software companies that use Scrum alongside Parmatur Pulse. Recently SAFe has also appeared in some discussions with potential customers as an alternative to Parmatur Pulse. I can now see the same problems in all these Scrum-companies. These are problems we have never encountered with Parmatur Pulse. It… Continue reading SAFe is not safe