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The Need For Enterprise Agility – Vision and Case Study
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| by Eileen Shuter Follow 0 Followers , Alan Shalloway Follow 0 Followers on Jun 10, 2010 |

Alan Shalloway discusses the need for lean enterprises to harmonize business with management and the technical team, offering advice for each component of the enterprise. Eileen Shuter presents Vanguard’s journey adopting Agile then gradually moving to Kanban, explaining why Kanban makes more sense to them, what it offers over Agile and what are the benefits.

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Alan Shalloway is the founder and CEO of Net Objectives helping companies to transition to Lean and Agile and teaches courses in Lean, Kanban, Scrum, Design Patterns, and Object-Orientation. He is the author of several books on design patterns and Lean. Eileen Shuter has over 25 years of IT experience starting as consultant for Dupont and Vanguard, and becoming an IT Line Manager for Vanguard.

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