... agile is changing the way organizations measure success, moving from the traditional iron triangle of scope, schedule and cost to an agile triangle of value, quality and constraints.
The first idea is certainly agile but not unique to Agile. To my way of thinking, all enlightened project managers have been doing this all along, or they should have been. Now, I certainly agree that Agile calls for a reset of manager's and management's approach to projects.
- The customer/user--through their proxy--gets an input to the value proposition because they may use or buy the outcomes, but the customer/user has no money at stake; it's other people's money, OPM
- The sponsor also gets an input because it is their money at stake. (The sponsor may be a contracting office, as in the public sector)
- The project team gets an input because they are in the best place to judge feasibility.