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List of Companies That Are Using Biz Funk (AKA Non-Software or Non-Developer) Agile

I have been unable to find a simple list of companies that are using agile / lean for biz funk purposes (e.g., marketing, content development, finance, etc).  So I figured I’d create my own list.  I’ve only included examples that I could verify with at least one source.  Not a perfect method, since not everything on the internet is truthy, and some of the links are a few years old, but it is a start.  So consider this list to be one of those “living documents.”  And you can help to keep it alive!  If you know of another company that is using biz funk agile, please feel free to suggest it (and your source) in the comments.

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Biz Funk Meetup: Content Development & Marketing Go Lean

ImageHave you secretly been curious about the word “agile,” but were not quite curious enough to look it up?  Or have you never heard the word “agile,” but now find yourself strangely curious about it?  Do you like puppies?  If any of these things are true, the recent Agile for Business and Functional (Biz Funk) Teams meetup event is for you.  After some quick context-setting by the facilitators, a team writing a book and a marketing team discuss what prompted them to try agile and how it worked.  Check out the video of the event if interested!

Dennis Clemente blogged about the event here.

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