The poor authors of the Agile Manifesto had high hopes for humanity when they outlined a way to determine a methodology for doing work. As with many hopes, they were dashed by humanity’s desire for silver bullets and an inability to grok that there is no one-size-fits-all solution to every problem. Worse yet, like incorrectly translated scripture, people chose to cement whatever they felt sounded nice, excluded any logic behind it, and went about religiously trying to convert everyone to their will. They even wrote books of their own, and made their own clergy. Plenty of ink has been spilt explaining why…