Agile adoption & helping to change organisational culture

This presentation given at LAST 2014 (Melbourne, Australia) and Agile 2014 (Orlando, USA) outlines ZXM’s behavioural approach to changing culture to become more agile based on Hofstede’s cultural factors and the Transtheoretical Model of behavioural change.
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You can view this presentation on the Prezi website: prezi.com/gimawcukycsx/agile-adoption-helping-to-change-organisational-culture

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