Agile is the new buzz word in the Corporate world. What is Agile and why is it becoming so popular?
I prefer this definition:
Agile is the ability to create and respond to change.
Agile is now commonly used in Project Management (APM) is an iterative approach to planning and guiding project processes. Just as in Agile Software Development, an Agile project is completed in small sections.
Agile Human Resources (AHR) – leaders have been searching for a way to meet this challenge. The answer is a more agile HR. Agile is an iterative approach to developing initiatives that are structured around experimentation, integration, and review, and supported by a trusting and collaborative culture.
But Agile methodologies started in Agile Software Development, for instance, an iteration refers to a single development cycle.
One thing that separates Agile software development from other software development approaches is the focus on the people doing the work and how they work together. Solutions evolve through collaboration between self-organizing cross-functional teams utilizing the appropriate practices for their context.
The weakness of this approach is that people are not used to working in self-organizing teams and I am not aware of any Agile training that train soft skills to manage these self-organizing teams. It is assumed people know how to deal with people during change.
People have been conditioned for years to follow instructions from a project manager, a team leader, manager or Director and these people are conditioned that other people should execute their instructions Expecting people to follow Agile principles and methodologies after an Agile training and in an environment where only certain people understand Agile is not easy.
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