In our professional lives, we’ve each certainly observed or led projects that flopped in part or in full. You might never lead a multimillion-dollar project, but you will lead or participate in important projects. This column introduces a method for approaching projects of any size and for reducing risk. The method is known as Agile. This month’s column explores a fictional scenario where a local health department applies Agile to a grading or placarding project, as well as provides conclusions and next steps.
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