Agile works to deliver the right product faster and to increase people’s motivation. Enhancing communication and collaboration are critical to creating high-performing teams. But often there’s push-back from management about not having the resources to spend on these “nice-to-have, soft skills.” What if we could prove these skills are the reason we can reap the benefits of Agile and create lasting change? Jenni Jepsen found the proof – hard scientific proof – about why things like having the overview and ownership work to make us feel more intrinsically rewarded. Jenni shares the neuro-scientific evidence of why Agile works – a far more accurate view of human nature based on breakthroughs in how our brains function, how we are motivated, and how to create lasting change.
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