Agile Platforms and Approach Enabling Enterprise Transformation

Quiet Often Enterprise Transformation Programmes gets into cost/schedule over-runs. During Transformation, the big decisions that organizations need to make is the choice of Platform/Product Vendors and an approach which will ensure incremental and visible progress towards business objectives realization. Alignment across the Vendors Roadmap release cycles and the Minimum Viable Product Approach (MVP) of the entire transformation journey is significant in ensuring success. Agile Platforms and Approach are critical factors in establishing the much needed trust across the customer and vendor organizations.
The key characteristics that define Agile Platforms are Modular, Data Driven Architecture, Process Flexibility, MicroServices based Open APIs and Rules driven Policy Enforcement. While there are multiple agile approaches customized agile frameworks are required to provide the right balance between governance and flexibility in ensuring transformation programmes are managed from Cost,Schedule and Quality perspectives. The session will cover how Agile Platforms is used in different scenarios, transformation of legacy IT as well as Green-field Launch

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Outline/structure of the Session

The presentation would cover

  • Key Challenges in Large Transformations (only 10% of transformations are successful)
  • How an Agile Platform/Product is critical for Large Transformations
  • The approach to be adopted during Large Transformations

Learning Outcome

Best Practices and Learning from Adoption of Agile for Platforms/Products and Large Transformations

Target Audience

CIO, IT Heads, Agile Coaches

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  • Ravi Kumar
    By Ravi Kumar  ~  11 months ago
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    Hi Kannan,

    Can you please update the proposal with links to some of your videos and blogs discussing this topic or other.

    Is there a draft version of the content that can be shared to enable better review of the proposal by the review team.