Agile Around the World Study

The Study

In 2018, Glaudia and David began a study where they visited organisations around the world using Scrum and other Agile methods. The aim was to understand what impact culture has on Agile adoption. 

Richard D. Lewis, in the book, “When Cultures Collide: Leading Across Cultures” introduces The Lewis Model where he defines three main cultural categories, “linear-active”, “multi-active” and “reactive” which Glaudia and Davd used as a basis for their study.

The study resulted in Glaudia and David writing the book Adopting Agile Across Borders: A Guide to Navigating Cultural Complexity in Agile Teams and Organizations which is published by Apress. 

To read about some of the organisations we visited, see our blog

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