Most companies take an idealistic approach to their Agile Transition - with "High Performing Agile Teams in X months" being their happily ever after. While there is nothing wrong in aiming high, what confounds me is their planning-heavy Waterfall-like approach to Agile transition, with too much focus on the ultimate goal rather the journey - often leading to management frustration and resistance from teams.
Here, I propose an empirical (incremental and iterative) approach for Agile transitions that minimizes the risk of failure while maintaining high team motivation for change.

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Presentation

1. The Goal of an Agile Transition - the 'Happily Ever After'

2. J-curve - Big Bang change vs Evolutionary change

3. Five dimensions of Team Capability

4. Defining vision and SMART goals for Agile transition

5. Tracking your journey

Learning Outcome

1. Understand Big Bang change vs Evolutionary change

2. Understand Five dimensions of Team Capability

3. Define vision and realistic goals for Agile transition

4. Take an empirical approach to Agile Transition

Target Audience

Agile Coaches, Senior Managers, Scrum Masters

Prerequisites for Attendees

Agile, Scrum

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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