Making Your Agile Transition Work

Summary

In the last few years, we have seen a sharp rise in the number of companies attempting to transition to agile software development practices. For a variety of reasons, many agile transitions have failed, resulting in immediate chaos, infighting, and an exodus of top talent to insist their employers “don’t get it”. Your agile transition can work, but you need to pay attention to what your competitors have ignored: you must get to the heart of your organisation’s problems before you can begin to apply tools from the agile toolbox. Join J. B. Rainsberger, who has seen more than enough failure to know, to learn how to avoid your competitors’ mistakes and enjoy the kind of success that agile software development practices promise.

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