Accelerating Enterprise Agility
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The agile software movement has now been around for a full decade. As coauthor of the original Agile Manifesto, Jim Highsmith has been at its heart since the beginning. He's spent the past decade helping hundreds of organizations transition to agile / lean. When it comes to agile, he's seen it all-in a variety of industries, worldwide.
Now, in Adaptive Leadership, he has compiled, updated, and extended his best writings about agile and lean methods for a management audience. Highsmith doesn't just reveal what's working and what isn't; he offers a powerful new vision for extending agility across the enterprise.
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