Building software is a tricky business and the demands are higher than ever. Agile was meant to free you from the confines of red-tape driven software, but most people can't help but feel something is off in their software process. Do you wonder why startups can launch an entire product in a few months, but it took your team 6 months to get that new feature into production? Do you get tired of hour-long meetings with 16 people to talk about having another meeting to talk about the color of a button to use? Are you stuck building a bunch of features "just in case" instead of getting something working in front of a user? Does it take you more time to plan, document, and release a simple change than it does to actually make the change? If any of these questions resonate with you, Josh Carroll has a simple question that you, your team, and your company can ask that will help cut through the bloat in your software process and start delivering value like never before.