Agile helps development teams get their projects done quickly. It helps to make development teams very much more effective. Lean helps the organization to deliver value to customers quickly while retaining the ability to add value quickly in the future.
This is the bottom-line message of two podcasts that talk about how Lean thinking offers compelling reasons for organizations to think about going Agile. This is based on conversations that Alan Shalloway has been having with customers across the country about this. The five most important reasons are:
In the last podcast, we talked about the first point: adding value to the business quickly. In this show, we cover the other four points. Really, I should have done these four together, but it would have made a show that was just too long. So, be sure to listen to both of them to get the full story.
As you will hear, we are just jumping right into the conversation, so it may feel a little bumpy starting out. I think you will catch on.
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