Don’t just go agile, be smart about becoming agile.
Mark Adler Madsen
Mark Adler Madsen
Co-Founder & Partner, at Aspire Innovation
Just keep asking questions, because you don’t necessarily know what the right questions are.
How agile evolution allows companies to embrace change while still maintaining stability.
That leadership needs to be on board with it and you need to realize that this is not another process change.
You need to have a learning loop in everything you do.
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