The Integral Agile Framework has its roots in Integral Theory, a theory of everything as espoused by Ken Wilber. As part of this theory, Wilber postulates that everything can be viewed from 4 different perspectives. These are perspectives along the line of viewing things from within and from outside, and from an individual and a collective perspective. Viewing things, situations, systems, people, events or anything from these different perspectives provides us with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the matter.
Wilber positions this as a grid.
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