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    Reflect, Tune, Adjust - that's Agile

    Several colleagues in my network are releasing manifestos - a declaration of their intentions or views or the philosophies behind their thinking and their business. 

    Some of them are lists of statements, others are beautifully designed slides or photo images perfect for Pinterest!

    My favourite manifesto is the Agile Manifesto and for those who work in the project or software development world, this may be well known to you. But for those who aren't living in project-land, Agile still has so much to offer.

    Here's why...


    • Reflect, tune and adjust
    • Build projects around motivated individuals
    • Changing requirements are welcome
    • Early and continuous delivery...


    These are the hallmarks of an innovative team, a capable leader and a collaborative group of folks who are open to what's going on. No matter what field you're in or what you're working on, whether it's your own business ideas, a new project or piece of work or a whole new career, adopting just some of the agile principles from the manifesto can give you a new take on some of your old, tired practices. 

    The key points of the manifesto are visualised here

    Look, think, let it marinate... how might you bring some of this agility to your current ways of working, thinking, collaborating and creating?



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