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Two Sides of the Same Coin: Using Culture and Structure to Build Agile Organizations

Posted October 3, 2017 | Leadership | Amplify
Agile Leadership Canvas

Jesse Fewell discusses the debate between proponents of a “culture-first” approach to Agile transformation and those who favor a “structure-first” strategy. He describes the pitfalls of each and makes the case that Agile adoption succeeds best when leaders “encourage a conversation that incorporates both perspectives.” He offers three tips for bridging the divide, then introduces the Agile Leadership Canvas.

About The Author
jesse@jessefewell.com
Jesse Fewell is an author, coach, and trainer who helps senior leaders from Boston to Bangalore transform their teams and organizations. As a project management pioneer, Mr. Fewell founded the original PMI Agile Community of Practice (PMI-ACP®), cocreated the PMI-ACP® Agile certification, and coauthored the Agile Practice Guide®. A global entrepreneur and founder of VirtuallyAgile.com, he has distilled his experiences in the handbook “Can You… Read More
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