Managing Organizational Change as a Result of the Agile Process


all enterprise companies need hierarchical structure to operate. Therefore, the degree that the leadership is involved is connected to the degree that success will come.

Practically, how can leaders ensure a culture of positive change using agile? They begin with incremental wins; applying these practices to a specific line of business before taking it across the company.

Being agile is more than a journey and a process; it is the behavior of the people that make up the company.


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