Change Management in an Agile Project

June 4, 2019 Maja Majewski

Any self-respecting professional likely thinks of themselves as being ‘good at change management’, but what does that mean exactly—especially in the context of an Agile project? Blending effective change management practices with Agile principles and practices can save organizations tremendous amounts of resources in both time and money, but incorporating the two requires precision, efficiency, focus, and flexibility. Here are some insights into how to practice effective change management in an Agile project.

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