Vikas Kapila’s Big Box of Analogies: Planning Vacations and Trains vs. Planes

What does BPUF and vacations have in common? According to Vikas Kapila, it’s better to plan a little (for example, purchasing a plane ticket to Hawaii) then make incremental additions along the way, rather than to plan the entire experience (hotel, rental car, activities, food, etc.) up front without even making the first small commitment. Vikas uses this analogy and a handful of others to characterize the differences between a traditional mindset and a more modern, Lean-Agile mindset.

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