Agile HR

How to apply it to organizations


What's In the eBook?

Human Resources benefits from the transformation promoted by the implementation of agile methods, but also has the power to drive the transformation of the organizational culture in a sensible manner.

In our eBook "Agile HR: How to Apply it to Organizations" you will learn more about the changes that can be promoted through the insertion of agile methods in the HR sector, you will get to know the Agile HR Manifesto and check out actions you need to take to get started right away.

 Differences between the conventional and the Agile HR approach
Challenges for implementation
Agile HR Manifesto


Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Why Agile?
Chapter 3 Challenges to Implementation
Chapter 4 Agile Manifesto
Chapter 5 Redesigning the Agile HR
Chapter 6 Conclusion

About MJV

For over 20 years, MJV Innovation has been helping influence innovation and solving business challenges with some of the world's largest companies. With offices in Europe, the United States and Latin America, the consultancy counts on a multidisciplinary team, composed by more than 700 professionals divided between designers, engineers, anthropologists, data scientists, developers, entrepreneurs, and much more. We believe in collaborative work and apply Design Thinking and Agile Methodologies as a guide for all the projects we develop.

The MJV is composed of four pillars, structured in complete synergy:

Innovation in business: Development and implementation of innovative solutions to reduce costs, increase profits and generate new business models.

Consulting in Technology: Development and implementation of customized services of Business Intelligence (BI), IT and Internet of Things.

Digital Strategy: Development and implementation of corporate strategy and user experience so that "being digital" and "digital thinking" become intrinsic to the business model.

Outsourcing of professional profiles: Allocation of professionals of UX, UI, Marketing and IT counting with the total support of the MJV with respect to the work accomplished and quality control.