Agile Transition - What you Need to Know Before Starting - Andrea Tomasini & Martin Kearns

Agile Transition - What you Need to Know Before Starting

By Andrea Tomasini & Martin Kearns

  • Release Date: 2012-01-08
  • Genre: Business & Personal Finance


In truth, agile is not a well qualified term as it is mostly misused as a cool synonym for 'reacting fast to changes'.

Throughout our agile journeys we have seen the term 'Agile' used to a point where it is a form of avoidance of due-diligence, while for others it represents a catalyst for innovation. We learned that each situation is unique and must be appreciated without presumption.

Read more about our experiences with Agile Transitions.


  • Agile Transition, an insightful read

    By CraigLangenfeld
    I recommend Agile Transition for two very different audiences. The first is for those like myself who have been part of or witnessed several Agile transitions. At times it is difficult and I see many of us so focused on Agile that we forget why we do what we do. Martin and Andreas ground readers in customer value and move us away from being Agile because it is cool. I especially like... "Agile is not an entity, not a framework, and less than everything a methodology; it is a collection of values and principles that encourages a certain type of behavior" The second audience that will find value in this read is those that are new to the principles, practices, and thinking of Agile. I believe it will be particularly interesting to those who can initiate or influence change in an organization. If you find yourself getting lost in Mura, Muri, Muda then flick down to Section 6 where it talks about Why this is important to an Agile transition.