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#InsightThursday - Thought Provoking Articles

Radtac’s #InsightThursday is aimed at sharing relevant, new or thought provoking articles from around the agile world. Whether you’re new to it, or an existing agile adopter, we hope these articles will generate thoughts for you to ponder.

Take a moment to look at our collection of articles below and feel free to comment.

Inaugural SAFe Leadership Retreat

Over 40 thought leaders from around the globe, including America, Brazil, Australia, Israel and Europe descended on Crieff in Scotland for the inaugural SAFe Leadership retreat to discuss latest thinking, the imminent release of SAFe 4.0 and the new ideas in the Cost of Delay. Darren, Alex and Randal were there and tell us all about the Inaugural SAFe Leadership Retreat

The top 10 myths about Agile development

Recently our CEO, Peter Measey, published an article in Computer Weekly titled The top 10 myths about agile development. Myths like ‘Agile means no documentation’, ‘Agile is new’, ‘Implementing agile is easy’ and more are debunked in Pete’s article.

IT transformation: Creating a strategy for success

Economist Information Unit White paper sponsored by Cisco on IT transformation: Creating a strategy for success . As the pace of business continues to quicken, many corporate IT departments have realised the need to revisit how they deliver services to the rest of the enterprise. In many cases, such undertakings can transform the IT department — and the entire enterprise as a result.

The holes in holacracy

The Economist published an interesting insight on the adoption of new management techniques including Holacracy: The holes in holacracy. The article looks at Holacracy and how management thinking evolves.

Mobile’s role in Digital Engagement

Interesting piece by Julie Ask and Jeffrey Hammond from the FT ( The Financial Times Limited 2015), who discuss how giving customers immediate context in moments of need is being embraced by companies like Starbucks and Delta Airlines and agile startups like Dropbox, Evernote and Flipboard in delivering new business services on mobile devices

What is Agile Marketing?

Agile Marketing is beginning to be discussed in more detail. Take a look at the article from Jim Ewel where he links the agile manifesto to a new agile marketing.

And if you missed any of the previous #InsightThursday posts you can read them here.

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Sabina Stoiciu

Sabina Stoiciu

A PR and marketing professional, Sabina enjoys working in a vibrant business environment. She sees Agile as a mindset that enables everyone to think and work differently, achieving better outcomes. Sabina has a bachelor's degree in Communication and PR, and a master's degree in Marketing and Advertising. She previously worked as a Marketing professional for a technical product - a form building platform - where Agile had started to improve the company's performance. Read more