Adaptability in Stoicism and Agile: Thriving in a Changing Environment

In the swiftly evolving landscape of today’s world, adaptability is a vital survival trait. Whether in philosophy or product development, the ability to respond effectively to ongoing changes not only ensures survival but also enables thriving. In this article, we will explore the striking alignment between the principles of Stoic philosophy and Agile frameworks in… Continue reading Adaptability in Stoicism and Agile: Thriving in a Changing Environment

The Stoic Lens: Examining the Agile Value of Individuals and Interactions through the Virtue of Justice

Enter the world of Agile – a development philosophy that champions flexibility, collaboration, and customer focus. Of the four primary Agile values, let’s first unpack the cornerstone of Agile: “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools”. In essence, Agile places its trust in people and the value they bring, emphasising the importance of open, honest communication… Continue reading The Stoic Lens: Examining the Agile Value of Individuals and Interactions through the Virtue of Justice

Applying Stoic Justice in Agile Retrospectives: A Practical Approach

Reflect for a moment on the nuanced relationship that ribbons between Agile principles and the virtue of justice in Stoic philosophy. Whilst it might seem like the homely Sunday roast and Yorkshire pudding of traditionally distinct worlds, it’s intriguing how they comfortably nestle together.  Allow us a slight detour to clarify: In Stoicism, justice doesn’t quite… Continue reading Applying Stoic Justice in Agile Retrospectives: A Practical Approach