Gauging the true pace of business change

While one of the justifications for agile IT is that the speed of business change is becoming frantic, the reality is that the tech landscape truly changes about every five years. While there are plenty of variations and advances the overall theme stays the same.

One of the justifications for agile IT and other such delivery methods is that the speed of business change is becoming frantic. If a business starts a project at the beginning of the year by the end of that year so much would have changed that the need for a faster delivery method is constantly magnified.

But is this assumption entirely true?

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