Agile Engineering Fluency
A model for understanding how teams develop the technical practices over time.
This is a fluency model: we lay out the stages of proficiency, and find that teams progress through these proficiencies, developing fluency (or not) with each before moving on.
The results a team gets are determined by which stages they are fluent at. Partial / developing fluency at a stage does not change the team's results much. Full fluency does.
The model is shown at http://arlobelshee.github.io/AgileEngineeringFluency/
The model is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license. Please use it wherever and however you want, as long as you properly attribute it.
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