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Home > News & Views > Insights & News > Business change in an agile world
'Agile’ has become an increasingly popular way to deliver projects – including projects that have nothing to do with IT. While many organisations are taking the leap into an agile delivery world, the discipline of change management is often left behind or forgotten. However, while the way you manage change effectively may look different in this environment, it remains a crucial ingredient for the success of any project.
An agile approach comprises iterative cycles that deliver early and often, keeping the end customer engaged and involved along the way. It’s flexible and doesn’t necessarily need a firm end point, allowing a project to change course as business requirements evolve. This means progress can be made without the finished product being fully understood. Plus, insights gained along the way enable flaws to be corrected quickly and can help shape subsequent phases in the project.
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