The agile movement has reached a tipping point. It can either remain a powerful approach to software and business product development, or it can evolve and expand into an even more powerful business and cultural paradigm.
The report Agile Business: The Final Frontier by Cutter Senior Consultant Rob Thomsett explores the positive and negative aspects of agile as an organizational model. In it, you'll discover an integrated model for business agility based on the following key elements: agile sponsorship, agile development, agile project management, the agile program office, agile support, agile finance, and other agile service groups.
This report also includes an agile business case study from a major bank in New Zealand that was built around colocated project teams. You'll discover how this agile business implementation has proven to enable faster change and a more creative and collaborative change environment.
Learn how you can adopt the principles, values, and practices of traditional agile development and agile project management as a catalyst for broader organizational change. Order your copy of Agile Business: The Final Frontier today.
Back to the Future I: Business As Usual
Three Powerful Change Models
A Brief History of Agile
Agile and Organizational Culture
The Agile Business Proposition
Agile Business Model
Back to the Future II: The Power of Teams
Implementing Agile Business: A Case Study
The Tipping Point Revisited