3 Techniques for Architecting Change
Let's face it, when organizations want to "go Agile", they really want help solving a problem they can't quite put their finger on. Some of the time they may buy a tool and call themselves Agile. Other times, they'll implement a few practices but not much more. There are no shortage of tools, methods and techniques for installing Agile and there are an equal number of failure stories. At the end of day, Agile is simply a trigger for an organizational change.
In this session you'll learn 3 techniques that will help you navigate through complex change by working on a real problem with your peers. After all, a consultant or coach is only going to take you so far!
Organizational PhysicsGlenn Waters
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Creating high performance organizations is a challenge even in the best of circumstances. How should the organization be structured? How are teams built, and, how do they grow? Is the "real" organization really different than the organization chart?
Agile demands high levels of collaboration among members in strong cross-functional teams and across the organizations as a whole.
This session explores the organization's formal "known" structure, the informal structure, and the value creation structure. Understanding these structures helps to understand how communication really works and more importantly how work really gets done. Based on the understanding of the formal, informal, and value structures we explore their impacts on agile transformations, approaches to those transformations.