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of these practitioners and authors met in Snowbird, Utah, to discuss the fundamental similarities of their experiences and their then-called lightweight methodologies. 2 Finding that their work habits had much in common, they recognized that the lightness in their work process provided a means to achieve the more relevant end: customer satisfaction and high quality. They categorized their methodologies as "agile"-a term with a decade of use in flexible manufacturing practices. The participantsdoi:10.1109/mc.2003.1204373 fatcat:stxfbmirjzbe3alekvfkoo223e