Understanding the Principal-Agent Problem in Agile Adoption: How Internal Champions Can Help Align Goals and Culture

The principal-agent problem is a common issue in economics that arises when one party (the principal) hires another party (the agent) to act on their behalf. The problem arises because the interests of the principal and the agent may not be aligned, and the agent may have incentives to act in their own interest rather … Read more

When Agile Isn’t the Best Approach: How to Determine When It’s Appropriate and When It’s Not

Agile methods have become increasingly popular as more organizations seek to adopt a more flexible and iterative approach to project management. While there are many benefits to agile methods, such as increased collaboration and faster response times, they are not always the best approach for every project or organization.