Exploring how top agile professionals collaborate, learn and lead.
Note from the editor

Although agile work models are at the core of digital transformation, I find that there is a space very little explored today: what being agile feels like in real life. In a framework that declares People over Process, the critical success factor is how people live agile. I wanted to know: What does this people-centric approach demand from people individually, in groups or teams, and organizations as a whole? What was their journey? This publication shares insights based on interviews with 100 agile professionals from 20 companies in various industries such as Advertising, Automotive, Business & Consumer Services, FinTech, Internet, Manufacturing, Mobility, Music, Publishing, Software, Technology, Travel. To get different perspectives, I spoke to five people of each company with distinct roles within the organization (people with a tech or business role, ranging from expert to manager to C-level, as well as agile coaches).

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Eileen Mandir
Passionate change agent, speaker, consultant, and coach working in the fields of corporate culture, organizational learning, servant leadership.