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Simply Having Agile Teams Does Not Make You An Agile Organization

Getting a few teams up and running using Scrum, Kanban or some other form of Agile is great. But that doesn’t necessarily mean your organization has become Agile.

This week in SoundNotes, Dragos Dumitriu joins Dave for a conversation about the difference between spinning up a few teams and truly achieving business Agility. During the conversation Dragos shares details on some of the common patterns, he sees when organizations begin moving towards an Agile approach, things to watch out for, and some of the conversations you need to be having internally if business agility is something your organization has set its sights on.

Contacting Dragos

Contacting Dave

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