The Pedagogy Principle: Teaching Agile Leaders How to Teach

Posted October 3, 2017 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence, Digital Transformation & Innovation Bootcamp Cutter Business Technology Journal
The Agile Performance Holarchy.

One of the hallmarks of a mature Agile team is continuous learning. “But,” asks author Jeff Dalton, “do Agile leaders know how and what to teach?” Dalton argues that after decades of “vo-tech” style learning, it’s time for a return to “the collaborative, interpersonal, and analytical skills that ... are so important for successful Agile adoption.” He introduces the Agile Performance Holarchy.

About The Author
Jeff Dalton
Jeff Dalton is Chief Evangelist at, an R&D organization that studies Agile leadership and develops Agile performance models. Mr. Dalton is also President of Broadsword Solutions Corporation, a process innovation firm, where he also serves as an Agile instructor, leadership coach, CMMI SCAMPI Lead Appraiser, and CMMI Instructor. He is Chairman of the CMMI Institute Partner Advisory Board and is principal author of the CMMI… Read More
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