The Agile Paradigm is where recognizably similar solutions are used in distinctly different activities.
When the Agile Development movement was launched in 2001, it set out to transform the process of developing software. It was so effective that managers in other parts of organizations began to adopt it.
Agile Management is now transforming how companies are being managed in the new creative economy. This new management model, organic in nature, allows companies to innovate faster in order to compete in increasingly complex markets.
Our traditional model of education is based on the industrial economy's paradigm of the production line. A new paradigm is needed.
Agile Education is now unleashing the potential of the human creative spirit to prepare the talent needed for this new economy.
All three of these agile paradigms utilize the potential of Learning Cycles.
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