About the Book
As a book about a journey, it is full of stories. As a book about agility and spirituality and how they are deeply related to each other in India, it also has a lot of concepts and practices. That in mind, knowing the premise of this book will give you a sense of where I’m inviting you to travel:
India is the great fertile ground on earth for agility. That capacity has lived deep within the civilization of the subcontinent for thousands of years.
The tremendous spiritual power of this land, gained through bestowed knowledge and polished through millenniums of practice, devotion, and service can project the inner foundation necessary to generate the highest ideals.
These two forces enable India to be the place from which the healing, aliveness, harmony, value, and well-being of the World can emerge.
The economic, health, and spiritual crises of the current times invite India to exploit these abilities now. The healing of the world cannot emerge without it.
About the Author
Jeff Stuit is a global Agile educator who helps people, companies, and communities improve their ability to improve. He guides global enterprises to exploit the fundamentals of Agile to leave behind inadequate structures of the past and make a space that enable a continuous flow of the greatest value for all. Jeff works worldwide in enterprises that are building global products with global teams. His work has brought him to clients throughout the United States, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Sharing his wide experience of how companies can get the hyper-productive results out of Agile is a core element of his approach. He is a Scrum Fellow of Scrum Inc., and a Certified Enterprise Coach of the Scrum Alliance.
Jeff is a mentor and guide to aspiring agilists throughout the world. He is passionate about creating a new generation of practitioners who can offer themselves to improve value and wellbeing for all. He currently divides his time between work in the subcontinent and wherever else in the world he’s invited, and his hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan in the USA.