How to reduce time-to-market in retail banking?

Design your agile transition and leverage game-based activities to help agile beginners adopt practices in various contexts, business areas, projects types and countries.

This presentation is a feedback session from a large-scale agile deployment in two of the largest retail banks in the world. This approach puts design thinking and innovation games at its core as a mean to adapt deployment to an organizational context. Games helped us facilitate selection, adoption and ownership of new agile practices in various business areas, projects types and countries. Multiple countries were involved in the transformation and we were able to collect a large amount of valuable information to support the scaled adoption in a short period. The result of our action opened new possibilities to engage people and experiment better ways to work!

 
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How did I get here?

Agile Banks LOL!? The worst possible context. 

What in the world? Self-organized transition: a designer's approach.

All the Games we used!

Closing remarks...

Learning Outcome

Introduction to design thinking and innovation games

Apply design thinking to an agile transformation

Review all the games the teams used to self organize their own transitions to adopt an agile framework

Target Audience

Executive Leaders, Change Agents, Project and Program Managers, Coaches, Facilitators, Scrum Masters and Developers.

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