Leveraging agile across the continuum
Most products and initiatives go through a cycle of strategy and analysis, planning and feasibility, development, and then adoption. Then you rinse and repeat that cycle as you iteratively improve your deliverables. In today's world Agile is often stereotyped as something that is focused on the development phase. However, we've helped innovative leaders use agile and lean principles to add value and performance across this entire continuum of launching products and initiatives. We believe that agile principles, tools, and techniques are useful in areas like strategy, planning, market feedback, and culture. Using real world scenarios, let's take a look at some of the ways we've seen agile create value outside of the traditional agile box.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Our cycle of value creation: The Launch Continuum
- Development: Agile's standard home
- Principles worth remembering
- Agile Manifesto and Principles
- Theory of Constraints, Principles of Flow, and Lean Thinking
- Teams: Collaboration, Communication, Visibility
- Seeing Agile in other places
- Strategy & Analysis
- Planning & Feasibility
- Adoption (after launching)
- Exploring some case studies
Practical ideas for leveraging agile principles and techniques to create value in places where agile is not usually found.
Business leaders who are open to experimenting with new ideas to bring value and improve performance
Prerequisites for Attendees
Exposure to agile manifesto and principles. Willingness to think outside the box to bring value to your organization.
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