Does adapting agile methods increase the chances of successful adoption and lasting change for the organization? If you’ve read a few of my blog posts you will know my opinion is a strong “of course!”
I believe we need to be agile about how we do agile. But it would be nice to have some empirical evidence to support this belief. Marion Freudenthaler from Apple is undertaking an Msc research project with the Open University and is running a survey to collect some data. Will be interesting to see what she comes up with…
I'm Yuval Yeret. I'm leading the Kanban practice at AgileSparks. This blog focuses on my experiences using Lean and Agile approaches to help organizations and people become more effective.
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