Like any cultural movement, the agile culture is represented by a manifesto that enunciates its principles and values. The Agile manifesto, however, does not want to create a new work process through practices to follow but is born solely to meet growing demands in complex domains. The four central values are, Individuals and interactions over processes and tools, Working software over comprehensive documentation, Customer collaboration over contract negotiation, and responding to change over following a plan. We at Web and App Studio are continuously in the evolution of our Agile culture. Culture is driven by behaviours, Mental models, Beliefs and Values. Often we have seen that many organisations do struggle to adopt Agile in their organisation. And often, the problem lies in the mindset. Existing leaders can’t just focus on their roles, position or status – they need to focus on the development of leadership teams and the leadership culture. The task of bringing a leadership culture to a new level of agility is not something that a few heroic leaders can accomplish. It is necessarily a collective undertaking.
10 August 2022
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