Agile management, in contrast to the traditional “command and control” model of the Industrial Age, allows companies to innovate faster, helping them be more competitive in increasingly competitive markets.
This new model is allowing companies to innovate faster, helping them be more competitive in increasingly competitive markets.
The concept of agile management entered the mainstream in a 2016 article in the Harvard Business Review, “Embracing Agile”. Over 75% of US companies are now using agile practices – including companies such as IBM, Microsoft, AT&T, and 3M.
Steve Denning has written extensively on this topic. He builds his framework for Agile Management around three "laws": - Law of the Small Team - Law of the Customer - Law of the Network
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