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Agile Assessments

by Sandi Keller, 19 June 2014 | The Agile Blogosphere

Agile Assessments Assessments come in all forms, and there are many reasons why we do them. In the end, we want to know something about the ability of someone or something. When working with a team or organization, an assessment can be introduced as a tool to assist in guiding an agile transformation and team […] The post Agile Assessments appeared first on LeadingAgile.

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