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Agile In Museums
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Can Agile can be used only in software industries? Here is an example of Agile in Museums. We feature human stories of Agile from the National Museum in Netherlands.
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More Is Possible With Agile
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Can a team be completely self-organised? Can they take care of their own compensation? Onboarding? If you are shaking your head in disbelief, this real story from the world of Agile is for you.
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Curiosity And Being Agile
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Curiosity is an integral part of being Agile. Can organization's weave it into the ways of working of employees, like SurveyMonkey did? Read on to find out
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Agile OWL Edition 17
Learning To Look And Converse To Be Agile
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Could learning to look and converse be the first step to Agile? It sure is an important step from AirAsia's transformation journey
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Taking Agile Change For A Trial Run
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Can you try implementing Agile change in a trial run format? Sure if you take care of a few basic elements. Find out what these elements are...
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Scaling Agile With Intangibles
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Would giving up designations create momentum for change? Find out with the Agile Transformation journey at IDX, one of the largest medical software makers in the US
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Where Do You Begin An Agile Transformation?
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Where do you begin an Agile Transformation? Do you start at a team or functional level? Approaching it from a customer's perspective is key.
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GPT3 racecar of the mind
GPT3 – Racecar of the mind?
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GPT3 by OpenAI is the latest natural language processing released recently. Read more about the possibilities of GPT3
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Blameless Culture With Agile
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Have you noticed how pervasive “blame” is in the society we live in? is it any surprise that blame is rampant in the corporate world too? What can organisations do to build a blameless culture with Agile principles
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Hiring for Collaboration and Agile
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organisations are focussing on enhancing collaboration within teams, once formed. The benefits are well chronicled. But how do you hire for collaboration?
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