How to Lead the Agile Charge Out of the Comfort Zone
As a company begins the transformation to Agile methodologies, some of the necessary changes are bound to be uncomfortable. Old and familiar ways of doing things will be reworked. Schedules and expectations will be altered. Perfectionists beware: much of the pre-planning will be sacrificed in favor of achieving shippable results and collaborating with the end user to refine and improve the product.
So how can leaders in the organization lead the charge out of the “comfort zone” as the company goes Agile?