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We often hear that only one agile methodology will work on its own. We hear that XP is the only one that works or SCRUM is the only one works or LEAN is the only one etc.

The reality is that a pick and mix of agile methodologies can work fine. It takes management and a full awareness of where the methodologies meet or collide. It also demands of understanding of the interfaces, connections and disconnects between them.

The Toolkit has taken best of breed practices and demonstrated they work. If you want to use more of one methodology then go for it, whilst avoiding over zealous proponents of one or another methodology.

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