On Wednesday, September 21 2016 we ran a webinar overviewing the latest version of the DA poster. A recording of the webinar can be viewed online from the DAC Webinars page and a PDF of the slide deck is posted on Slideshare entitled The Disciplined Agile IT Department. -Scott Ambler
You can find there the new DA poster, a link to a recent webinar , corresponding slide deck, and also responses to the questions from the webinar.
You can find the Scott Ambler description of the changes here:
In particular, we simplified the wording of the three principles (reduce technical debt, visualize workflow, multi-modal organizations) that we added to extend the original Manifesto for Agile Software Development. – Scott W. Ambler
and the updated manifesto here:
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Few teams have a strong sense of whether or not an area of code is dead or moribund – yet that information is vital. When we have it, we can remove distracting code and simplify our systems in the process.