The Agile Manifesto – Individuals and interactions over processes and tools

Here at True Clarity we like to think of ourselves as ‘agile’ and we like to keep things simple. When asked ‘What’s your process?’ We have been known to say ‘we don’t have a one, we tailor it to you’.

Whilst our existing customers understand the way we work, for potential customers this approach can cause them to perceive we’re a bit ad-hoc, fly-by-the-seat-of-our pants, make-it-up as-we-go along, cowboy sort of an outfit.

Of course we have a process but it’s so familiar and natural to us that it’s like breathing – we don’t think about it and therefore we’re not very good at articulating it.

So this blog post is the first of what we hope will become a series of posts which talk about our processes and the tools and techniques we use. We won’t be inventing any new processes here – these are things we do or tools we use already, every day – naturally.

“The aspects of things that are most important to us are hidden because of their simplicity and familiarity. ”

Prof. Ludwig Wittgenstein

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