Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick

Agile thinkingWicked problems and Gordian knotsJumping over the silosWorking with iterative development cyclesLean thinkingTraditional business analysis

Jack Be Nimble

You have no doubt gathered by now that we are using the word agile to mean adaptable, nimble, open-minded, and responsive. We know that when a team is behaving in an open-minded manner, the team members are able to change their approach, admit that an idea might not be the best one, and bring about a far better outcome. And while we think the expressions, “think in an agile way,” “have an agile mind-set,” and so on are admirable, they are not much use to us unless we have some practical guidelines on how we might think this way. ...

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