It is fine to say that "we want to be data-centric, data-first, data-driven, data provocateurs but without commonly agreed upon definitions and objective measures, it is all just hand waving, isn't it?
Directly building on the original agile manifesto. Todd and Peter spent some time producing the first version. Published in 2017, hundreds have joined various efforts to improve our collective understanding of what are the concrete steps required to achieve better data outcomes. We have updated the original and are anxious for feedback from the community.
We are uncovering better ways of developing IT
systems by doing it and helping others do it.
Through this work, we have come to value:
While there is value in the items on the right, we value the things on the left more
Dave McComb and his team have been at this for many years. His need for this change is an excellent straight forward argument for clearer thinking on this subject.
A group including Nina Evans, John Ladley, Danette McGilvary Kelle O'Neal James Price, and Tom Redman published in 2017 and have garnered hundreds of signatures of support.