This excellent article elegantly debunks, in just a few short paragraphs, a couple of annoying myths about what business should be like nowadays, including "agility" and "minimum viable products". Couldn't agree more. I'll add one other thing: in a lot of developing countries, these concepts were never as (supposedly) self-evident as they are (were?) in the US or Europe.
In the near future, every “minimally viable product” developed with “great agility” to seize “first-mover advantage” will carry within it the potential to harm not just a company, but the economy.