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Growing Up Fast: How New Agile Practices Can Move Marketing And Innovation Past The Old Business Stalemates

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Growing Up Fast is about how to implement an agile process in modern business to create the necessary collaboration between marketing and innovation for business success. It surveys business management over the last 100 years and shows how we’ve come to the “Agile Age,” which is not about big ideas Mad Men-style, but lots of little ideas to test and try. It then discusses the mindsets and tools required for success in agile work. The introduction and conclusion set up the metaphor of the book’s title, to personify the current impasse between big regulation government and total free market capitalism. Agile is posed as a third option between the Mom and Dad’s battle between over-planning and wild speculation, concern for the future and obsession with “what worked” in the past—as both occupy our resources without agile process or priorities for the innovations we need going forward in society. Agile is portrayed as an inquisitive, experimental, brilliant child who still lives above the garage at her parents’ house—and it’s time for her to move out.

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Growing Up Fast: How New Agile Practices Can Move Marketing And Innovation Past The Old Business Stalemates

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