Whether you are a vice president with $500 million in revenue responsibility, a director in charge of multiple teams and deadlines, or a fledgling manager with a tiny budget and no direct reports, it is no longer possible to ignore the power of Agile. Many of you are probably aware that when it comes to product development, Agile offers benefits like increased collaboration, immediate feedback, shorter project timelines and increased management visibility. But did you know that Agile principles and practices can also improve your effectiveness as a day-to-day manager, and the performance of your departments as a whole?
The fact is, Agile is not an IT methodology. It is a time-tested