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    Leadership Engagement - Philips Scaled Agile Transformation Journey

    Sundaresan Jagadeesan
    Sundaresan Jagadeesan
    schedule 6 months ago
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    20 mins
    Talk
    Advanced

    Philips - SW transformation program is involved in the deployment of (Scaled) Agile framework to enable TTM and Quality in Business from the year 2014. We started with Pilots and then followed with Mass deployments. We have:

    1. 44 Agile Release Trains launched since Aug 2014 and 220 + PI planning sessions completed.
    2. Currently, focusing on System Business with multiple ART’s launched in Systems Business, including 1st ART launch in Philips –China.
    3. 3700+ people engaged in (Scaled) Agile way of working globally and part of ART's and 1300+ are formally certified in Agile and SAFe

    We have learned that when engaging, deploying, an important and not-to-be-forgotten first step is to brief Executives and leadership about the approach, changes .This typically takes 4-8 hours, which sounds like a huge investment, but almost always is seen as paying off. Involving Leadership along has been a key element of our Success in our deployment

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    Two Dimensions Of Agile At Scale: How To Make The Most Of Your Agile Transformation

    Kurt Bittner
    Kurt Bittner
    schedule 6 months ago
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    45 mins
    Talk
    Advanced

    Many organizations have achieved sufficient success at the single team level with Agile approaches like Scrum that they want to bring Agile to their entire enterprise. They want to reap the benefits of Agile across their whole organization, but they struggle with where to start and how to sustain the change. Scaling Agility has two dimensions: scaling horizontally, across large numbers of teams, and scaling vertically, integrating the work of multiple teams into a single product. Focusing on both dimensions enables organizations to achieve sustainable change by solving 3 main challenges: achieving consistency and the right Agile culture across teams without dictating behaviors, fostering the right interactions between Agile and non-Agile teams when there are dependencies between them, and adapting Agile approaches to deliver products that require a team-of-teams approach. 

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    Designing Business Outcomes (#noprojects)

    Evan Leybourn
    Evan Leybourn
    schedule 5 months ago
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    45 mins
    Workshop
    Advanced

    In most agile teams, the focus on delivering projects has continued to distance them from what's important - delivering value to their customers. All too often we’ve been measuring activity and cost, not outcomes and value. And it's important to understand that an organisation that plans for growth outcomes (without binding a team to a specific output) can fundamentally adapt to a changing market. By creating clearly defined, non-conflicting, outcomes and common working principles senior management can delegate the ‘how’ to their teams, while retaining ownership of the ‘what’ and ‘why’.

    This interactive presentation will help participants define the real outcomes and associated measures for their work and teams. Participants will come to understand that outcomes can be complex, interdependent and occasionally conflicting. Therefore we will create 3 elements; 

    1. the profile of the outcome,
    2. the relationship between outcomes, and
    3. the principles that align work across all outcomes

     

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