What does Agile mean to you?
Agile is a loaded word that means different things to different people. It can apply to policymaking, leadership, workflows, your daily schedule and really any process — even cleaning your house and reconfiguring office spaces.
In government, we define Agile as an iterative, incremental and highly interactive way of working.
In this new guide, you’ll hear from a diverse group of government professionals who use agile practices to enhance employee training, combat mass shootings, and improve the delivery of social services so that you can do the same at your agency.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- Agile techniques and keywords you need to know.
- How to apply agile to leadership, acquisition, customer experience, human resources and legacy IT.
- How to prepare your business processes for a post-COVID-19 world.
Author: Nicole Blake Johnson, Managing Editor, GovLoop
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