Agile Fluency Model – an Introduction

James Shore and Diana Larsen published  “Agile Fluency Model” in 2012. This is a definitive guide for organizations to decide what they really desire from Agile adoption and what they really need to invest and make trade-offs.

I have been reading and discussing this with agile practitioners and enthusiasts to develop deeper understanding of the model. I would like to share my views and thoughts around this awesome model

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Talk

Agile Fluency Model Explained - 20 mins

Learning Outcome

Primary learning outcome of this talk is to build awareness and understanding of Agile Fluency Model. 

Target Audience

Agile practitioners, leaders & managers

schedule Submitted 5 years ago

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