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Category Archives: Agile in the Enterprise
Middle of the Road CIOs are Getting Hit by the Innovation Truck
By Brian Lucas “It is better to err on the side of daring than the side of caution.” –Alvin Toffler The other day I heard a manager state that he was “a middle of the road kind of guy.” At … Continue reading
Posted in Agile and Strategic Planning, Agile Arguments, Agile in the Enterprise, Agile Thinking Tagged Agile, Agile Adoption, Agile Methods, Business Agility, Business Management, C Level, CEO, CIO, Cloud Computing, Information, Innovation, Organization Structure, scrum, Software Development, Technology 26 Comments
From the Leader’s Guide to Radical Management by Stephen Denning
By Brian Lucas “The radical of one century is the conservative of the next. The radical invents the views. When he has worn them out, the conservative adopts them.” -Mark Twain The Leader’s Guide to Radical Management by Stephen Denning … Continue reading
Why CEOs Fail in Today’s Agile Business Environment
By Brian Lucas “It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” – Charles Darwin CEOs have always come in all flavors … Continue reading
A Tale of Two Companies – A glimpse of life in an agile business versus a non-agile enterprise.
By Brian Lucas “Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.” – Benjamin Franklin If you look at the history of people and progress, you’ll see three types of people: those who are … Continue reading
Posted in A Tale of Two Companies, Agile and Strategic Planning, Agile Arguments, Agile for Beginners, Agile in the Enterprise, Employee Suggestions Tagged Agile, Agile Methods, Agile Thinking, Agility, Business Agility, Business Managment, Employee Satisfaction, Human Capital, Keeping Agile, Management, Organization, scrum, Software Development 11 Comments
So what is Agile?
By Brian Lucas I am dedicating my first post to Michael Milutis, who encouraged me to begin blogging and sharing the small store of wisdom I have gathered over the years. Here’s to you Mike! “By three methods we may … Continue reading