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Tom Harris

Agile Revolution Breaks Into Business and Life

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Agile has been transforming software organizations one by one since the turn of the millenium.

Quadrupling productivity while making people and teams happier.

Modern work and life is knowledge-oriented, fast, and ever-changing. That’s what Agile addresses.

Why doesn’t anyone outside of software development adopt it?

Steve Denning, in a 2012 Forbes Magazine article, called it The Best-Kept Management Secret On The Planet.

It’s still pretty secret, but it shouldn’t be. The word “software” appears only once in the four statements of the Agile Manifesto. Three times in the Principles of Agile. Just replace “software” with “anything”.

Need confirmation? Try Ana Willem’s Should Non-technical Organizations model Agile principles? (no brainer).

So who’s doing it? Who is being Agile in their business or their life?

Here are the very few examples I’ve found so far:

Can you share more?

Written by Tom Harris

December 18, 2014 at 9:34 pm

Posted in Agile

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