Going Agile: An approach to Change Management

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Going Agile: An approach to Change Management

Decision gates (DG) are useful ways to manage large projects in timely, recurring phases. The trouble is, today almost all aspects of project decision-making are being impacted by technology. And technology, in particular software development, almost inevitably involves agile approaches. This has a significant impact on the change management dimension – since the agile approach implies that there is never an end-state.