Advice from Intel’s 7th iterations of agile working
Monday, March 10th, 2014
One of the world’s leading computing companies has rediscovered the innovative benefits of putting ideas onto paper at work. Just don’t ask for a desk.
Kate Lister’s insight:
Intel’s Global IT VP predicts the days of rigid structure and hierarchy are over. Think: sprints vs. meetings, working around organizational structure, blurry lines of authority.
Seven iterations into trying to find the right mix of collaboration space, they feel 60% is the sweet spot; up from 45% at the start. The 30% saving in real estate is an added bonus.