last updated 24 May 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

System boundaries can be put in place by providing heuristic rules to govern a particular principle.

People tend to remember heuristic better when they come in threes. For example we often use these three for teams:

This does not tell teams what Practices to use, however they can be measured against whether or not they are applying the Principles in a desirable way.

See the Path to Agile Mastery FAQ article for more some more in depth exploration of when heuristics are appropriate.


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last updated 24 May 2015 by Kevin Trethewey

System boundaries can be put in place by providing heuristic rules to govern a particular principle.

People tend to remember heuristic better when they come in threes. For example we often use these three for teams:

This does not tell teams what Practices to use, however they can be measured against whether or not they are applying the Principles in a desirable way.

See the Path to Agile Mastery FAQ article for more some more in depth exploration of when heuristics are appropriate.