Hands-on agile training for better innovation
By Adam Curtis
Imagine learning to play baseball in the way many enterprises learn agile. You assemble nine people in a room, spend eight or 16 hours reviewing the current Major League Baseball rulebook and then tell the “team” to go out and have a winning season.
There is no chance that would work. As soon as the team leaves the safe, theoretical classroom environment, they will immediately have both technical questions, “What’s the infield fly rule again?” and interpersonal ones, “What if I think I should bat third?”
There is a better way to learn agile, too, through hands-on, real-world projects.
Download this guide to find our how your organization can reap the long-term benefits of agile implementation while delivering critical short-term business results.