Sooner, Not Faster: Revisited (and Intensified)https://blog.jbrains.ca/permalink/sooner-not-faster-revisited-and-intensified
When we “go Agile” we don’t suddenly do everything at triple the speed; instead, we figure out what we don’t need to do, then we have the courage and determination to not do it.
I think "sooner, not faster" is a good mantra.
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