Agility in the digital age - Can you afford not to change?

Sep 14, 2018 by Agility in the digital age - Can you afford not to change?

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In today’s fast-moving digital world, every organization, no matter its size, is striving to be more agile. But do you know what the term Agile really means and where it came from?

In this video, part of Nomadic’s vast library of content, we explore the history and definition of the Agile methodology. We discuss the characteristics of an agile team as well as the benefits that can be gained from applying the principles to all areas of the organization.

Becoming more Agile may seem like a daunting task—perhaps even more so for global companies spread out across the world—but this video cuts right to the chase, explaining: The question shouldn’t be, “can we change?” It should be, “ Can we afford not to?”

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