The Age of Agile

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The Age of Agile

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The Age of Agile by Stephen Denning explores how technological changes have transformed the modern marketplace. He deconstructs old business models including top-to-bottom bureaucracies and techniques businesses previously used to survive in a changing world, such as share buybacks. He explains how these seemingly profitable techniques are only successful in the short term and can doom corporations in the long run. Denning also examines businesses like Microsoft who have successfully implemented Agile practices into their corporations. Readers will learn the core principles of Agile management including the Law of the Small Team, the Law of Customer, and the Law of the Network to succeed in the modern marketplace.

“Business success in the twenty-first century increasingly depends on becoming as nimble as the rapidly shifting and unpredictable context in which they find themselves.”
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