Three Essential Elements of Implementing and Working Agile

 
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Agile continues to create momentum in companies and organisations across industries, but not all of them achieve the hoped-for results when implementing agile ways of working.

Perhaps part of the explanation lies with three essential elements that we find are often overlooked among companies working with agile methods. These three elements are not an exhaustive coverage of what it means to work with agile, but their impact should nevertheless not be underestimated. In short, the essence of the three essential elements can be described in one word: leadership.

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