Agile is more of a mindset thing than a methodology for project management. It also involves a change in your culture and organization, and implementing the framework and practices of agile will lead to agility in how your business is run.
If you really understand the concept of agile, its benefits, and roadblocks, you are likely to think that your team will be able to carry it out.
However, you can’t be more wrong than this. Knowing it is one thing, practicing it is actually the real deal.
When it comes to agile, there’s a massive gap between understanding and mastery.
So, if you truly want to build your project management culture around agile, then you should look no further than the masters for help and expert tips.
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