The Fighter Pilot Who Changed Software Development

 

 
For those in the Agile Software Development community who have spent any time at all looking into the Lean underpinnings of Agile, the name John Boyd should be familiar. Boyd was the originator of the OODA – Observe, Orient, Decide, Act – loop that represents a more detailed refinement of Scrum’s Inspect and Adapt cycle. While OODA was created as a strategy for fighting a war, its underlying goal is to provide agility in any situation and to ideally allow a unit to out-think its opponent.

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