This post is from by Lynn Grant.

In my last post, Agile Development in the ’80s, I talked about the team I was on in the early ’80s that was, in many ways, a Kanban team. I was discussing this with a colleague the other day, and he pointed out that my team lacked one very important attribute of an agile team: sustainability.

In the intervening 30 years, I may have fallen prey to the The Way We Were effect (“What’s too painful to remember, we simply choose to forget.”) There were several aspects of the team that were not sustainable.

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