Agility with Allen

“I’ve been pretty upset by the state of Agile, of late. Real agility means that you’re flexible, adaptable, nimble. However, the word ‘Agile’ has come to mean a rigid process that doesn’t deliver up to its potential. Agile is something you are, not something you do. The Agile ship needs a course correction.”

That’s the motivation behind Allen Holub’s new comprehensive master class in Agility. Allen’s a friend of mine and an excellent teacher. If you’re interested in upping your game, I suggest you check it out.

Agility with Allen

Author: Michael Swaine

Michael Swaine is a writer and editor. He helped launch the first personal computer newsweekly, InfoWorld. He co-authored Fire in the Valley, the seminal tech history book on which the movie Pirates of Silicon Valley was based. He was editor-in-chief of Dr. Dobb’s Journal and has written for and edited several other magazines. His latest creation is PragPub magazine.