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Item Nr: B 97460 Title: Doing Agile Right: Transformation Without Chaos
Grade Lvl: T Author: Rigby, Darrell Elk, Sarah
Length: 236 Prod/Pub: Harvard Business Review Press
Copyright: 2020 Series:
Book Type: N Biographee:
Copies: 2 Loan Period: 14 days
 
  Agile has the power to transform work if it's implemented the right way. For decades business leaders have been painfully aware of a huge chasm: They aspire to create nimble, flexible enterprises. But their day-to-day reality is silos, sluggish processes, and stalled innovation. Today, agile is hailed as the essential bridge across this chasm, with the potential to transform a company and catapult it to the head of the pack. Agile, done well, enables vigorous innovation without sacrificing the efficiency and reliability essential to traditional operations. The authors break down how agile really works, show what not to do, and explain the crucial importance of scaling agile properly in order to reap its full benefit. They then lay out a road map for leading the transition to a truly agile enterprise.

  Subjects:
  375 - CULTURE
  1591 - INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING & PREPARATION
  1359 - LEADERSHIP
  1978 - MAKERSPACE
  845 - PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
  2055 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT
  962 - SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION
  1370 - SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT/REFORM
  963 - SCHOOL LIBRARIES/MEDIA CENTERS
  2056 - STRATEGIC PLANNING
  1949 - TEACHER LEADERSHIP