Agile Operating models - Building Product Managment Capability
"Got funding for an idea? Great let’s set up a team" is an all too familiar path that many organisations follow. They may even "tinker" with agile and set up "agile teams" however continue to build their operations around 'project funding" and siloed structural hierarchies with complex governance at the apex from which decisions flow down the hierarchy. As the lessons of COVID pandemic of the last year has highlighted, organisations are quickly coming face to face with the reality that what may have helped them be successful in the past, may not serve them now. A new strategy is needed.
Never before have organisations been faced with such pressure to deliver new products to market quickly, to not just grow, but to survive. To adapt and change to meet constant changing market conditions organisations have found that they are not organised to "win" and need to rethink how they approach setting up their organisations. Moving from a project to a product-based model is vital for their business agility as a more modern way of operating is needed that links strategy to the detailed organisational design.
Mia will look at the elements of an operating model that helps organisations move away from traditional project-based model with its associated rigid organisational structure, to one that is product based and shifts the focus from deliverables to value. This session will discussion how an agile operating model will help you achieve this and will examine a blueprint for changing. The topic will cover the 6 elements in an agile operating model including: accountability, structure, governance, talent, metrics and behavioural expectations and show how these elements all work together as a bridge between strategy and operations.
Outline/Structure of the Tutorial
Introduction and why we need a new way of operating in today's environment - 5 mins
What is the difference between project and product-based approaches - 5 mins
What is an agile operating model? - 5 mins
Agile operating model blueprint and key elements - 10 mins
Summary and conclusions - 5 mins
Understand the difference between project and product-based management
Understand the elements of an operating model and how to apply these elements to your organisational design
Understand if your operating model is working effectively
Product owners, project managers, Business leaders, product managers, senior managers
Prerequisites for Attendees
Understanding of Agile principles
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