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Flow requires a constant state of challenge and comfort, which is important for evolution.
Each team can find its own balance and processes to facilitate their growth.
Feedback and the ability to take action on that is the essence of improvement.
Agile is a time boxed and iterative approach to deliver work in smaller increments that have value.
A set of practices, tools and frameworks has been developoed to accommodate this base of "deliverying value faster and in increments".
If your team is interested in deliverying value to your customers fast then you have a big part of the mentality in place, bravo!
Moreover, if you talk occasionally on how you can improve your work to deliver value faster, then your team is willing to adapt and will be acceptive of agile practices.
Agile Maps is just a board where you add tasks, lists, things to remember or ideas, so it's always useful.
The more you and your team uses Agile Maps, the more you will be able to see it's benefits and practising more agile methodologies at heart; not in a 'sterile' checklist/checkbox way.Have more questions? Read our documentation on how Agile Maps work >
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