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Can Management Pride Prevent An Agile Survival?
By Brian Lucas This one is for Clyde! “Pride goes before destruction…” – Proverbs 16:18[*] How many enterprises are still not operating under an agile philosophy? How long can they continue to survive in an age fraught with constant change? … Continue reading
Posted in Agile in the Enterprise, Agile Thinking Tagged Agile, Agile Adoption, Biblical Stories, Keeping Agile, morality 2 Comments
If you’re Kayaking you’d better be AGILE!
By Brian Lucas This one is for Penelope – rest in peace! “I don’t think people would climb mountains or jump off bridges with parachutes or kayak Class V rapids if those things didn’t offer the brief and horrible illusion … Continue reading
Posted in Agile for Beginners, Agile Thinking, Cooking Tagged Agile, Agile Thinking, kayaking, Keeping Agile, morality, whitewater 6 Comments