Making Government Agile

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Ganapati, Sukumar
Whitford, Andrew
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PA Times. American Society for Public Administration, pp. 3-4. ISSN 1041-6323
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We sometimes dismiss Agile methods too easily, demeaning them as nothing but colorful post-its and hype. How can we help public managers understand how Agile concepts can—and should—be part of their standard toolbox of teams and managers working at all levels of government? Two points are critical: First, Agile fits well with the core values of modern government. Second, practical applications can help project teams become Agile.

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ISO 690MERGEL, Ines, Sukumar GANAPATI, Andrew WHITFORD, 2020. Making Government Agile. In: PA Times. American Society for Public Administration, pp. 3-4. ISSN 1041-6323
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  author={Mergel, Ines and Ganapati, Sukumar and Whitford, Andrew}
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