schedule Jul 19th 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM place EN 307 (C40) people 28 Interested

In Lean Agile transformation journey people and organisation faced three common issues:

  • Struggling in Adopting Agile practices without embracing the values and principles
  • Identifying the level of Agility that is required
  • Lack of a clear model for continuous transformation

Doing Agile can be achieved overnight, but being Agile is a longer journey. Without the right mindset, it can be incredibly difficult to deal with complex issues in empirical environments and uncertain situations.

level of Agility that is needed for a business depends on many internal and external factors like nature of the market, level of competition, the maturity level of industry, etc. This means some organisations need to be more Agile than the others. The Transformation journey often is misleaded by having the wrong assumption of all organisations and people need to reach to the same level of Agility.

MLAMP (Mazdak lean Agile Maturity Pyramid) is the first three-dimensional Agile Maturity Assessment which helps individuals and organisations (regardless of their type and size) to

  • Identify what level of Agility is needed? (the why)
  • Transit from the Shu (Doing) level and ultimately reach to the Ri (Being) level?
  • Transform less Agile organisations and people to more Agile ones?
 
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Outline/Structure of the Workshop

Combination of presentation and workshop

What

How

Time (Min)

About workshop

Presentation

2

Lean-Agile Experience

Activity: Building Que

2

Level of Lean-Agility in your org

Activity: Leverage

1

What are characteristic of more Agile organization and people

Activity:

  • Silent Brain storming
  • Rapid mining
  • Grouping
  • Validating

10

What are characteristic of less Agile organization and people

Building LAS

Activity:

  • Silent Brain storming
  • Rapid mining
  • Grouping
  • Validating

10

What is Lean Agile Wisdom?
Building LAW

Activity:

  • Dot Voting
  • Ordering

10

What is a Situation Spectrum?

How to identify required Agile maturity level?

Activity: Group brain storming

10

Introducing MLAMP

Presentation

20

Round Talk

Activity:

  • AHA wall
  • Reflection (Like/Dislike)

25

Learning Outcome

Understanding and measuring
• Agile-Lean Maturity
• Difference between Doing Agile and Being Agile
• Characteristic of less Agile and more Agile organization and people

Target Audience

C-levels, Agile Coaches, Business Transformation Coaches, Agile Team Facilitators, Change Managers, Portfolio Managers, Program Managers, Iteration Mangers, Agile Practitioners, Lean Practitioners, Product Owners, Product Managers,

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