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Fit-for-Purpose Agility: There Is No “One True Agile”

Posted April 29, 2020 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence Cutter Business Technology Journal
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Eric Willeke’s look at whether we’ve missed a turn somewhere on the path. Perhaps we need to gene-splice some deliberate characteristics into our next incarnation of Agile. Forget whether we’re picking the right approach: Are we asking the right questions? Are we even asking questions? Do we know what we want to be? Are we even Agile for the right reasons?
About The Author
Eric Willeke
Eric Willeke is cofounder and Principal of Elevate.to. He partners with leaders at all levels in applying Lean-Agile techniques to get better results through improved change management, better steering and alignment, and a deeper focus on the outcomes that matter. Mr. Willeke engages across many industries in some of the world’s largest and most complex companies, as well as the smallest, high-growth startups. He helps by instilling Agile… Read More
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