Second Gen Agile Transformation - Balancing standard offerings with custom solutions
Outline/Structure of the Case Study
Structure of the session will start with context of the enterprise. Provide a roadmap of the transformation and the reasons for the interventions. Metrics and Business outcomes from the transformation with the peak into how that has led to the agility.
It will also cover some of the interventions
- Scaling of practices using SAFe-like model
- Role definitions and expectations
- Leadership and Anti-patterns identification
- Measurement and Metrics with Jira, confluence, Jira structure
- Sustaining agility practices
Next Steps for Digital Transformation
- How can leaders assess the state of their agility
- Understanding the balance of customization and standardization. As a coach, how do you tread the path clearly.
- Creating a path to sustainable agile organization with leadership, COP and metrics to support them
- Global coaching teams to sustain large organizational transformation
Practicing Scrum Masters, Agile Coaches, Technology Leaders in the Agile journey
Prerequisites for Attendees
Participants need to have a basic understanding of scrum and need for scaling concepts. Participants optionally could have an appreciation of SAFe concepts.
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