The Truth About Getting Out Of The Silo Inferno

“Silo Mentality” was ranked at the number one organizational issue at 70% by teams trying to improve the customer experience.

Here’s a Silo Inferno. Product team: “I am waiting for IT analysis; anyway, they are usually slow and don’t get it the first time”. IT team: “These specifications are not clear, we will again need various meetings, and it was not my priority in our sprint”.

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