July 7, 2017

Agile cultural approach in Midrange Magazin

"Efficient development needs an agile corporate culture" in German magazine Midrange Magazin

Cover Midrange Magazin 06/2017

In German magazine Midrange Magazin, number 6 of 2017, we published an overview of our Enterprise Transition Framework™ (ETF) and the cultural approach needed for an Agile transformation.

The article is under the title Effiziente Entwicklung braucht eine agile Unternehmenskultur (Efficient development needs an agile corporate culture).

This was part of an issue focused on modern software and change management.

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Alexandra Baller

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