Business and Education can Benefit from ‘Agile’ Working

In business a lot of people might be feeling that a fast paced and seemingly chaotic world is overwhelming with demands which are increasingly out of their control.  The old structured frameworks that gave us that clarity of direction just don’t seem to work so well anymore; slow, expensive and not quite hitting the right note. This is probably one of the reasons why so many businesses are developing an ‘agile’ approach to new product and service development. Just the word conjures up panther like fluidity and it is indeed the fluidity of a ‘just in time’ approach at the point of need, open to constant adaptation, learning through mistakes (very quickly) as well as the three big ‘C’s; creativity, collaboration and communication that makes ‘agile’ working so effective.

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