From the post:
“Until recently, teams worked in their own silos and didn’t always get the opportunity to comment on each others’ projects or draw on their expertise. This, coupled with the fact that business planning was a laborious process, didn’t leave us in the best position to work effectively or collaboratively.
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I would definitely encourage everyone to think about being more Agile and open to new ways of working. By adopting just 1 Agile technique, our team has increased its digital skills, created a shared purpose, and now monitors projects in a more efficient and effective way – and we’ve had fun along the way.”
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