Being nearly agile has caused a number of new words to enter our vocabulary. They include “mini-waterfaull”, “Scrum-but”, “XP’ish”, “w-agile”, “fr-agile” and a host of others. While agility cannot be defined by a particular set of principles or practices, going down a particular agile path only part-way is almost always a recipe for an eventual disaster. This session will focus on exposing the 7 deadly sins that may apply: lack of customer voice, manual testing, never integrating, no incremental deliveries, no feedback loop, silo’d teams and unrealistic deadlines. Learn why each is deadly!