Agile methods are getting more and more grip in a fast-paced business world – mainly because they promise easy adaptation to change. But listening to people working in such agile setups, quite often they suffer from it than that they benefit. Why?
free agile wants to address these short comings and show ways forward to make agile a first class experience and help to bring back fun by giving the freedom to teams and organizations to decide based on needs and not based on conventions. Get out of the scrum!
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