When teams deliver software in large batches, the ripples of change will likely be large. Possibly huge depending upon the client culture, complexity, and size of the batch.
When software is delivered infrequently, the opportunities to learn if the right things have been done correctly, completely, and valuably happens too late in the timeline.
If a team makes one giant set of changes every three months, then stakeholders only have the opportunity to make a request, wait three months, hope everything is good, find out they need to make changes, and then wait another three months for the next version.
If a team meets daily, then stakeholders have a daily opportunity to make requests, see the results and changes, and provide immediate feedback.
By delivering working software at regular intervals, the status of a project's compliance, quality, and financial spend are known. Every step of the way.
Use small batch sizes. Deliver frequently. Take big things and make them small.
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