Practicing Agile in an organization that is obsessed with excessive of process, documentation, and planning tools can seem an impossible task. In this session, learn how one division of a global financial services company transformed first themselves, and then became a model for the rest of the enterprise.  By focusing on the business outcomes attained in initial efforts – predictability, faster time to market, and quality – a small team of change agents demonstrated value that crosses corporate boundaries. In this presentation, we will explain the key challenges faced and the steps that have made it possible for us to succeed in an enterprise transformation, including the metrics, processes, and practices that help make a large-scale transformation last

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

Overview of the process created for one Business Unit in the org

Metrics & Results

How we are spreading the process across the org through a coalition which is cohesive across Business Units, but allows the business units to customize

Learning Outcome

  • A simple Enterprise Agile process that has key points that can be audited by outside regulators
  • An approach for a "grass roots" transformation when working for a company that has 10,000+ associates
  • Key metrics and measurements for success

Target Audience

People who work at large organizations, people who work in regulated industries

Prerequisite

Basic Enterprise Agile concepts

schedule Submitted 1 week ago

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  • George Dinwiddie
    By George Dinwiddie  ~  2 days ago
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    Hi, Melissa,

    The description needs to make attendees recognize themselves and the problems they face and offer them some help in facing them. The outline/structure needs to describe to the reviewers how the talk will meet the promise of the description. Both of these are a bit thin on this proposal.

     - George