Copernicus Model of Agile Transformation

Organizations take up agile transformation as silver bullet for all their business problems, but the fact is transformation journey is an eye opener to discover the real problems which were previously unnoticed. At this phase , outside to inside view becomes critical. Just like Developers need hand holding through transformation , customers also need hand holding and constant assurance that transformation is in their best interest.

Transformation Centric Management's acts as a sponge putting interest of Customer and Development teams first . They absorb all the pressure , and enable interaction between Customer and Developers. Here we explore the transformation via analogy , Geocentric vs Heliocentric view.

 
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Learning Outcome

Customer centric transformation vs Company centric transformation

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General Public

Prerequisites for Attendees

Basic understanding of agile transformation

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  • Peter Stevens
    By Peter Stevens  ~  1 month ago
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    Steve Denning has featured this model in his book, the Age of Agile. I was expecting you to at least mention him.

    • Sandeep Hublikar
      By Sandeep Hublikar  ~  1 month ago
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      Hi Peter,

      This presentation was originally made in XP 2015 (May 2015), Helsinki  by myself and Shrikanth Hampiholi as a lightening talk.

      Next year Based on our transformation learning , we wrote experience report and presented in XP 2016 (May 2016), Edinburgh. https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-33515-5_17

      The current submission is further refinement of the same.

      I have not read the  "the Age of Agile" book. However after googling it I got the date of publishing as "8 February 2018". 

      If I would have known that Steve was writing the book on similar topic in 2015 , then I would have definitely shared my ideas and sought guidance from him and credited him.

      Hope this clarifies.

      Thanks,

      Sandeep

       

       

       

      • Peter Stevens
        By Peter Stevens  ~  1 month ago
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        Thank you for the clarification. I looked at the paper, but did find references to the copernican model in it. Did I miss something?


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