Choose your own Transformation Adventure
You cannot just adopt the "Spotify Model" has become a common theme of discussions. The truth is that all transformations are different and are driven by the context they exist in.
In this talk I will share my experiences working with clients on their transformations and how each transformation is it's own adventure rather. There are common themes to successful adventures which i will explore and provide some guidance on how to get started. Many of the ideas that I have seen being successful can be related back to the ideas of the beta-codex, which i will quickly cover and provide references for further readings. I will kick things off with a quick reflection on where we are at as an industry with transformation and themes i have seen in the last 12-18 months.
All this comes with lots of real-life experience, stories of challenge and success and a pinch of humor.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
7 minutes reflection on trends and introduction to betacodex ideas
5 minutes on typical transformation first steps - "this tall to ride" idea of basics that are important to get right first
5 minutes on continuous improvement and what good metrics are
5 minutes on the architecture to create your own compass/dashboard for transformation
8 minutes on how to get started in your own organisaton
The understanding that you cannot just adopt an organisation model from someone else like Spotify or fully adopt a framework like SAFe.
How to organise yourself for success - leveraging experience from my work and ideas from betacodex.org which I find very useful.
Choose the first steps for your transformation and find ways to measure your progress and make meningful progress.
Organisational Change Agents. Anyone who is interested in getting some guidance on how to start/progress their transformation
Prerequisites for Attendees
Some understanding of DevOps and Agile will be beneficial
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