Why Most of Us Will Work Like IT Engineers

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An IT specialist who has taken an invitation to read this post may ask me, why I haven’t mentioned Agile, Scrum, elaborated on Continuous Integration (Git brought to its full potential), Continuous Delivery, Test Driven Development, etc. Those are the most popular concepts in the software development domain.

That’s because it’s not that rare today to witness the usage of those ideas outside the IT world. Put aside for a moment the human safety and similar fragile imperatives - the below couldn’t be applied in healthcare, civil engineering, etc.

Small teams, fast iterations through bite-sized chunks of a problem plus obvious, smaller failures and learning from them are conquering collaboration-centric business world. Probably different names attached, but the core is undistinguishable.

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