Using Mobius to Grow Micro-Entrepreneurs in Pakistan

Posted April 22, 2019 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence Cutter Business Technology Journal

In the post-Agile world, the Agile mindset is so natural that people don’t even need to reference it anymore; they look at the larger picture. Where should we be directing our energy, and will we get there? In the fifth piece, Gabrielle Benefield and Kubair Shirazee tell the story of using the Mobius framework, with its double-loop learning and ultra-rapid feedback, to help small business owners in Pakistan and perhaps stop the spread of radicalization and extremism.

About The Author
Gabrielle Benefield
Gabrielle Benefield is a respected Agile/Lean product strategy thought leader and founder of Evolve Beyond, a London-based global consultancy dedicated to helping companies build the right product, for the right people, at the right time. Through workshops and hands-on consulting, she has successfully tackled challenges across diverse industries, including aerospace, finance, telecom, energy, and gaming. Ms. Benefield cocreated Mobius, a dynamic… Read More
Kubair Shirazee
Kubair Shirazee is an Agile coach with more than 20 years’ experience across pharmaceuticals, healthcare, public sector, telecom, retail, digital agencies, and nascent startups. He is an entrepreneur turned intrapreneuer turned Agile coach, with five startups under his belt, three exits, and one major lesson, as he puts it. Mr. Shirazee’s latest startup takes his extensive experience in enterprise Agile transformation and expands it into … Read More
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