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Here's How To Blast through Obstacles and Build Agile Experience

When I give presentations or mentor people on the value of agile approaches, I'm often interrupted by frustrated project professionals who feel locked out of agile. They're eager to try it and become agile project managers, but they have no experience and see no opportunities to build it at their agile-reluctant organizations.
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