DREAM TO DELIGHT – LEADING ENTERPRISE PORTFOLIOS TO AGILITY THROUGH LEAN-AGILE TRANSITION
Dream to Delight is the concept to cash value stream practiced with proven success across 4 industries: Utilities, Media, Banking and Mortgage. It is a set of 7 Highly Effective Ds: Dream, Discover, Define, Design, Develop, Deploy & Delight.
This session is about leading enterprise portfolios to agility through lean-agile transition. It talks about the journey highlighted as steps & activities taken at each “D” stage aligning to promise of agility: highest business value fastest to market with built in quality. I do highlight the importance of context and perspective and thereby the need of choices and options at respective “D” stages to increase visibility, transparency and thus improve accountability across the program.
It does seem to me “The Silver Bullet” applying the 7 Ds across four industries as a leap to Enterprise Agility, however I trust to raise awareness and agreement towards the importance of coaching and mentoring to impact and sustain agility in an organization with people and their mindsets still internalizing and going through their respective “J” curves of acceptance and adoption.
Outline/structure of the Session
5 Min - Set the Stage
25 Min - Talk on the Dream to Delight Concept in a learning cycle
10 Min - Q & A
5 Min - Wrap up with Key Take Aways Highlighted
The audience takes away that we need
- A HOME: Holistic Operating Model for Enterprises.
- A LEAP: Leading to Enterprise Agility & Prosperity
- Organized CHAOS: Collaborating Holistically to Achieve Objectives Set
- Journey 7Ds: Dream to Delight across portfolio board.
Leadership, Team Members in an Agile Environment for an Enterprise with multiple teams
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