Agile ways of working drive the business performance that diversity programs always promised. But agile practices do not promote diversity. Do diversity programs face obsolescence or will they be able to adapt?
In an agile business, culture provides the values, principles and other norms that guide autonomous decision-making.
Agile business transformations require the collaboration of agilists and project managers to drive the biggest change an organization has ever undertaken. This article reviews and tries to resolve the different viewpoints of agilists and project managers that could reduce their ability to effectively collaborate on increasing business agility for the greater benefit of their organization.
Imagine you are driving a car. You enter a steep corner too fast. The car drifts off to the side. The airbags trigger. You are fine. What do you do?…