Editor’s note: In this interview, Arie Van Bennekum, co-author of the Agile Manifesto, discusses his shift into agile for organisations (as opposed to software). There are some useful insights shared here. For example, what old paradigms in your organisation hinder transformation? These need to be identified and people need to be empowered to generate ideas on new ways of doing things.
Editor’s note: Sky’s L&D team adopted an agile approach (as in the technical development approach) to L&D. This is what happened . . .
Editor’s note: Anthropologist Natalie Hanson has written a series of blog posts regarding Agile methods and the implications for user experience work.
Editor’s note: Advice from the Elearning Network’s Rob Hubbard on how and why to take an agile approach to elearning design.
Editor’s note: A report on an organisational agility masterclass at the Future of Work Lab in London. The focus is on a talk by Lynda Gratton on the need for agility and how to become agile by learning to experiment and harnessing the crowd.