Many of us would agree that when you are trying to implement a large change, start small. Just as it is easier to swallow a small pill than a huge one, the ability to adopt and sustain change is often simpler when the change involves baby steps.
This approach of small incremental changes applies to agile as well. For example, the improvement experiments which a team identifies during a sprint retrospective should be small to provide quick feedback on whether or not it they are worth pursuing further.
But when I read a recent HBR article by Ron
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