Business systems do not always end up the way that we first plan them. Requirements change to accommodate a new strategy, a new target or a new competitor. In these circumstances, conventional business management methods often struggle and a different approach is required. Agile Business Management is a series of concepts and processes for the day-to-day management of an organisation. As an Agile manager you need to understand, embody and encourage these concepts. By embracing and shaping change within your organisation you can take advantage of new opportunities and outperform your competition. Directing the Agile Organisation uses a combination of first-hand research and in-depth case studies to offer a fresh approach to business management, applying Agile processes pioneered in the IT and manufacturing industries. Agile Business Management is divided into four domains: your role as a manager, your organisation’s interaction with its customers, the management of your staff, and the tools and techniques available to optimise workflow and manage customer requirements. This book will be of interest to managers and senior executives looking to improve business processes to remain competitive in today's market.
Subjects: Management & Organizational Behavior
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