Scaling agile practices are helping organizations overcome challenges that deter quicker time-to-market, engagement, product quality and productivity. However, scaling agile fails when practices used to establish working surface teams – or those doing the core technical and design work) – create conflict at the more complex levels of product development and portfolio planning and coordination. Continue
A Revolutionary Method of Fueling Digital Transformation
Human networks. They’re already at the center of a revolutionary shift in the way businesses are operating. In management principles, the shift from a top-down hierarchy is making room for a new workplace that values community, innovation and transparency. We now know that a company’s biggest financial asset is not necessarily numbers-based; it’s driven by Continue
What’s Wrong with Agile?
Agile allows businesses to make great strides, adapting quickly to market changes and a competitive marketplace, while promoting flexibility, a high standard of work, cost reductions, and technology-business goals alignment. But it has not been the savior that enterprise has hoped it would be. But let’s give credit where credit is due. Agile has propelled Continue
How Corporate Learning Ecosystems Predict Future Corporate Agility
The survival of any company depends on its ability to respond to changing circumstances, in other words to learn from the market ecosystem and change based on that learning. Establishing continuous, data driven learning methods within teams and ecosystems is a powerful leading indicator of future agility and corporate performance. Most learning methods employed today Continue
WHY IS THE “AGILE MISS” SO PREDICTABLE & PERVASIVE?
With innovation speeding up and company life cycles getting shorter, the ability for a company to quickly respond to market conditions has never been more important. Many look to Agile as the solution. But Agile, in its current form, is not the game-changer that most companies and leaders so desperately need. Twelve years after the Continue
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