AGILITY EVALUATION USING FUZZY LOGIC

@inproceedings{Lin2006AGILITYEU,
  title={AGILITY EVALUATION USING FUZZY LOGIC},
  author={Ching-Torng Lin and Hero Chiu and Yi-Hong Tseng},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract “Change” seems to be one of enterprises’ major characteristics in this new competitive era. Agile enterprise whereby an organization can change and adapt quickly to changing circumstances is increasingly viewed as a winning strategy. However, in embracing agile enterprise, there are important questions to be asked: what precisely is agility and how can it be measured? How can one assist in achieving and enhancing agility effectively? Answers to such questions are critical to the… CONTINUE READING

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