Adopting a business agile approach isn’t about “going scrum” or relying on a single methodology across an enterprise. When you can accelerate and optimize how processes and people work together in a flexible and open manner, your enterprise gains focus and productivity.

The ever-growing need to move faster has led to the creation of a business agile approach, which is gaining interest rapidly from organizations struggling with engagement and connecting disparate teams and processes.

Gartner explains the accelerated pace of business agile is unique because it brings efficiency with it, “agility in the context of business agile implies both speed and grace.”

So what are the things you should consider when adopting a business agile approach to project management?

Watch this webinar to learn how to:

  • Engage with customers and develop a consistent feedback loop
  • Develop a centralized approach for tracking, reporting and managing data with greater efficiency
  • Gain real-time communication and prioritization to adapt to changing market demands

This webinar is now available on-demand.

Author and Co-chair
Change Management Institute

Senior Operations Manager, Professional Services

Amy Hatton
Project Manager Today

Amy Hatton is the Editor of Project Manager Today – the UK’s leading and only independent magazine for the project management sector. She has more than 15 years experience as a project manager, chief executive and non–executive director across the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.