Enterprise Agility Starts with Healthy Teams, How Healthy is YOUR Agile Team?Sally Elatta
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Have you been adopting Agile methods across several teams but wondering if there is a consistent way to measure their health and progress? What does it even mean to be a "healthy" Agile team? Take a deeper dive with our dynamic Agile Expert, Sally Elatta, as she walks you through the top 5 metrics you need to be looking at to measure the health and performance of your Agile teams and how you can create a continuous growth process where teams, programs and portfolios are getting better quarter after quarter.
- How do you really measure TeamHealth and what metrics should you look for?
- Why it's important to look at both Qualitative and Quantitative measures and not just focus on 'hard metrics'.
- How to create a continuous quarterly growth process that is predictable and measurable.
- Go through a TeamHealth retrospective simulation!
This will be an engaging and hands on session where attendees get to color a blank TeamHealth radar using crayons and have a tangible output they can share with their teams.
Overcoming Barriers to Agile Adoption
Many organizations are adopting Agile practices in their Software Development groups, but are slow to adopt these practices and principles in other parts of their organizations. Growing Agile beyond the traditional software teams and extending its practice into other areas across the value stream can greatly increase the value derived from Agile adoption. This can mean, for example, implementing Agile within business development, sales, management, and even the accounting groups. But organizational change does not happen overnight. What are some practices organizations can perpetuate across their organizational ecosystem to improve productivity and create results driven teams? What are some small steps of change that can be embraced? What can we learn from organizations that have extended Agile beyond the software team? In this talk we will discuss the importance of Agile across the enterprise and provide some examples from those who have gone “full agile” adopting it within every one of their functional groups and discuss how these practices can be implemented in a Federal Contracting environment.