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How One Team Learned to Embrace Challenge and Succeed with Agile Marketing

The latest post in Excella and Silverline Communications’ Business Agility: A Marketing Agency’s Transformation blog series is here! In their third post, Silverline reflects on the surprising challenges and unexpected successes of their Agile Marketing journey. Like many teams, the small marketing and communications agency struggled with initial change. But once the team began “to […]

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May 18, 2018

The latest post in Excella and Silverline Communications’ Business Agility: A Marketing Agency’s Transformation blog series is here! In their third post, Silverline reflects on the surprising challenges and unexpected successes of their Agile Marketing journey.

Like many teams, the small marketing and communications agency struggled with initial change. But once the team began “to embrace the challenge rather than rebel against it,” they started to see big results. Check out their post to learn how Silverline moved past the obstacles to improve the way they work.

Post 5: Reflecting on Our Agile Journey: Overcoming Challenges and Celebrating Success 

Catch up on Silverline and Excella’s previous posts to learn more about Agile Marketing:

Post 1: How Saying Yes to Agile Changed Our Agency!

Post 2: Expanding Agile Across Your Business.

Post 3: Finding the Right Sherpa: Why an Agile Coach is Necessary for Success.

Post 4: Starting at Silverline: Building the Foundations of an Agile Marketing Team.

Category: Agile Transformation

Tags: Agile, Kanban

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