The creation and role of disciplined agile in thought leadership
An interview with Scott Ambler about the Disciplined Agile toolkit and being part of the PMI ecosystem.
Today’s guest is Scott Ambler, Project Management Institute Vice President and Chief Scientist of Disciplined Agile. Scott is the co-creator of the Disciplined Agile Toolkit, author of Introduction to Disciplined Agile Delivery, and Choose Your Wow.
Scott talks with us about the creation and evolution of the Disciplined Agile Toolkit. After that, we learn how businesses can this toolkit it to create agile teams capable of responding to various situations properly regardless of their skillset. These agile teams are capable of adjusting in the future as they learn and grow.
Also, we discuss the position of Disciplined Agile at PMI and how the two work and learn together to be a stronger single organization. In addition, we delve into how PMI has allowed stronger creation of communities that include chapters all over the world helping people learn and expand their knowledge.
Three Key Takeaways from the Interview:
- How thought leaders can use Agile Discipline to better adjust to any situation.
- Why thought leaders should not get stuck in a “best practice” might not be for the best.
- Why thought leaders need to focus on creating communities and what can be gained from them.
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