When agile thinking meets traditional management

Sep 08 2015 by Dawna Jones Print This Article

Agile development methodology has applications way beyond the confines of software development. The Agile Manifesto has the potential to bring the entire business culture to a point at which it can adapt to uncertainty rather than fight and resist change.

But when one world focused on adapting to uncertainty - Agile - collides with traditional management values of stability and continuity, tension can often erupt.

In this video, an excerpt from a longer program with Rod Collins and Stephen Denning on the Scrum Alliance Learning Consortium website, Dawna Jones explores how you can use your decision-making powers and brain science strategies to bring these opposing forces together.