Not leaving on a jet plane

Maybe I’m just a big softie, but I can’t help but feel sorry for the guys at Heathrow Terminal 5. Only a few weeks ago I was hearing about how it was a shining example of how to do things right, and how it had been helped by the use of Agile methods (which I talked about back here).

And now we discover that they are following another Agile principle – failing fast!

Good luck Heathrow chaps. May the force be with you.


One Response to “Not leaving on a jet plane”

  1. Stan Biggs Says:

    Hello Norwin

    I took time to read all of your posts and was glad to do so. I live in British Columbia (Okanagan Valley) and migrated your way reading about Sara Miles and noticed your blog and click, here I am. Last year on the way back from Ghana I was in and out of Heathrow over 3 days and had a terrific time walking on your soil. You mentioned at the beginning that you may be the only person reading your material. I would gently encourage you to take yourself seriously as does our Lord. Your voice needs hearing, if only for what may lie ahead. For your encouragement, check out a dear friend who blogs at Len Hjalmarson.
    Len has just completed his doctoral studies and is an extradordinary brother living here in Kelowna. I wish you well on your journey…..

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