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        <p>The agile manifesto was born out of a frustration with traditionally managed projects. But I don’t think it solved the problem. It actually created another one. I’ve seen teams and organisations go from waterfall, which reduces their ability to
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The Textblock component is a content block used for writing prose, most often in blog posts and case studies. The variation which includes the Lead class should be used as the introduction to a section or page.