By now, most readers will already be familiar with the Agile concept of failing fast. For those who aren’t, however, this is a highly influential development approach that encourages companies to take bold, decisive action, because failure — paralysing though the fear thereof may be — is simply a part of living.
In this way, Agile developers are encouraged to keep an eye out for red flags and be ready to shift gears as soon as the need arises.
Unfortunately, however, by focusing on the term “failure,” companies are often left with more questions than actual answers. So for today’s article, Software Planet Group would like to clarify what exactly failing fast means by turning our attention to the real crux of the matter: learning faster.