The 7 habits for highly effective Agile

In my talk review 7 principals, or habits, that enable true Agile implementation (or any other organizational change for that matter).

I review and explain them, one by one, spiced with humour and real life examples.

I came to this list after many years of working in the field, acting as an agile coach in recent years, help many organizations on their way to become agile. I was also influenced by some great books such as: “The power of habit” by Charles Duhigg, “The OZ Principle” by Craig Hickman and Roger Connors and more.

The 7 habits described are:

  • Vision – An organization must define its vision to truly change
  • Communication – Being transparent throughout the change process
  • Ambiguity – Sharing the state of uncertainty
  • Authenticity – Being true with yourself
  • Feedback – Not being afraid to receive feedback
  • Journey – Seeing the change as a continual journey rather than a one time project
  • Time is now – There is never a better time than now
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Outline/structure of the Session

Tell a story about Alcoa that relates to the habits that will be described during the lecture.

Each habit will be describes along with real life examples

Learning Outcome

Strengthen the Agile Mindset beyond the supporting frameworks and practices.

Target Audience

Managers, Agile coaches, Scrum Masters

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