Agile doesn’t work without psychological safety 

Agile has gained astonishing momentum during the last two decades, even beyond software development. There’s agile HR, agile project management, agile customer service, agile sales, agile operations, agile C-suite, and so on. Why do so many organizations who undertake agile transformations fail in their attempts? How can your team reap the rewards of agile? Author and CEO Timothy R. Clark conducted interviews with leading agile experts and evaluated several agile teams to discover that many aren’t following the first value of the Agile Manifesto: “Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.” Download this report to find out what’s preventing you from delivering the fast, frictionless, scalable solutions you envisioned. Hint: you need to increase psychological safety to foster a collaborative, successful agile team. 

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