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Agile Top Tip – How to manage (and set) goals in a volatile world

Goals can be great to give us direction and keep us accountable. But in such a volatile world, you may find the goals you set a week or a month ago aren’t the most relevant today due to changing priorities. So, how do you manage this? John McFadyen explains how setting short- and mid-term goals alongside your long-term goals may help.

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