Link of the day: The Agile Business Gap by @brainmates

Link of the day: The Agile Business Gap by @brainmates

Companies often want to go Agile because it promises a more collaborative, market-centric and frequent delivery of product to market.  In practice, however, gaps start to emerge because the rest of the business hasn’t adapted its adjacent processes to cope with the move to Agile.  Nick Coster, Co-founder of Brainmates (@brainmates), talks through the challenges and proposes some solutions to bridging the Agile Business Gap.

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