Successful completion of the Industry 4.0 or Future Industry programs requires support for women and men to drive them. The challenge of aligning skills is complemented by the modernization of their practices and tools. All businesses are changing and change management techniques have become standard practice in most organizations. However, the so-called "traditional" methods are limited and it is now proposed change management methods called "agile", borrowing the philosophy of agile development methods to reduce the obstacles to change by injecting a bit of agility in their way of doing things. We first argue about this proposal with the results of a questionnaire to define the importance of people implication in a change project. We then propose a method based on the agile change model  by proposing tools adapted to each phase as well as an optimization of the experimentation phase. An evaluation of the proposed method is performed with a retrospective on a real case and the interview of an expert.