In Uncertain Business Conditions, Only the Agile Survive
Many business and team leaders think agile is a plug-and-play project management system or some magical scaling software that will heal your most dysfunctional departments. Buying into that illusion of quick-fix agility may mean that you never actually reap the benefits of being in a sustainably agile organization.
Agile and Scrum aren’t just for your developers. From the recent rise in agile marketing and finance departments to agile Human Resources (or People Operations) teams, high-performing companies around the world are thriving through uncertain and volatile times by embracing organizational agility with long-term sustainability in mind.
So, How Do You Become "Agile"?
Though strong leaders may foster the right environment for sustainable agility, it’s not achieved through a top-down directive from the C-suite. You may start by sending your managers to a ScrumMaster, Certified Agile Leadership, or product owner course, if you desire successful, lasting change across your organization, you must transform your culture. Scrum Alliance certified coaches and trainers help you with that culture shift. It helps to have agile experts by your side to guide your teams and leaders through the agile mindset shifts, practices, values, principles, and tools that help your business thrive.
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Related: Rethinking Management the Agile Way
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