Corporate ritual places high value in inputs – productivity, documentation and meetings. Agile working recognizes that it is more important to measure and focus on working outputs, so Agile
requirements are not detailed upfront. This allows for swift adaptation and minimizes the time spent on anything that doesn’t actually form part of the end product. A constant pace is maintained
through a regular rhythm and pattern of sprints and iterative work cycles. Instead of waiting until an entire project is finished, priority is given to satisfying the customer through early and
continuous delivery of value, meaning the output is highly relevant to the needs of the end user.