You probably hear the term “Agile” a lot these days. Like many great ideas, Agile has been interpreted and implemented in many different ways.
What Agile is not is a prescriptive framework that tells you how to manage projects. In fact, if you ask ten people to define Agile, you will likely get ten different responses.
What is Agile, then?
As the world continues to flatten, and as business and technology grow more complex with each new day, the greatest challenge for many companies is to rapidly and continuously adapt to meet the demands of the competitive environment. While the pace and scope of change is unprecedented in human history, the solution for staying ahead of the curve is the same as it has always been: Effective management.