How to select and develop individuals for successful agile teams: A practical guide

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  • Broadly, people who flourish in an agile organization need to have the following three capabilities: First, they handle ambiguity without losing focus; second, they concentrate on outcomes over processes; and third, they work and contribute by being a team member. With the business value of design often in question by executive committees, design teams need to move faster. In order to enable “agile” design teams (and processes) there are ways you can screen the teams you are leading to develop a more effective way of managing the process and impact on the output. Read McKinsey’s guide here.

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