Keep Moving: Is your Team Agile?

… Or Just Unstructured?

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Agile and flexible working policies are becoming more commonplace. But in order to properly apply these principles, you need to understand the differences between the two.
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Jason Allan Scott is a successful Serial Entrepreneur, Professional Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, award-winning event professional, Mentor, Podcaster and a part of Tim Ferris's NR set who overcomes MS to bring value to the world. Voted Top 100 Movers and Shakers in Events by Eventbrite 201...

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Agile and flexible working policies are becoming more commonplace. But in order to properly apply these principles, you need to understand the differences between the two.

Agile working, while it tends to incorporate an FWP is not wholly the same thing. While flexible working allows people to work where and when they want, and agile way of working is embedded in everything the organisation does (and doesn’t) do.
Creating an agile workforce often means a whole shift in the way the organisation operates day-to-day. While agile working (AW) is different from Agile project management, AW takes the principles from the Agile PM manifesto and incorporates them into the everyday running of the business. Agile ceremonies such as stand-ups and retrospectives are encouraged, silos are destroyed and the company works towards a common goal (continually delivering value to the customer). People are open, honest and welcome feedback. An agile workforce realises changes to products, projects and services will happen, they are prepared for these changes and adapt to them accordingly.

About the Author

Jason Allan Scott is a successful Serial Entrepreneur, Professional Keynote Speaker, Best Selling Author, award-winning event professional, Mentor, Podcaster and a part of Tim Ferris’s NR set who travels the world educating and empowering people. Scott can show you how ordinary people can build a solid living, with passion and purpose, on their own terms.
His accomplishments include: voted Top 100 Movers and Shakers in Events by Eventbrite 2016, voted number 1 on Double Dutch 250 people in Events, one of the Small Business Top 100 companies and he’s top 10% on social media in events in the world and 2016. Jason has started and sold several companies on three continents in his entrepreneurial journey.