Descaling the Enterprise Instead of Scaling Agility

In spite of all of the nuanced discussions, debates and frequent diatribes, scaling agile is about one thing: getting large groups of teams to deliver value in an organized fashion while maintaining empathy, rapport, trust, safety, and ownership across the enterprise. During this session, we will explore, Re-designing your organization instead of trying to Scale Agility. This session focus on organization design, challenges and success. Focusing in on topics ranging from

  • To Scale or not to Scale

  • The Dunbar number

  • Organizational Designs Product Based

  • Organizational Designs Product customer Journey

  • Matrix, Functional, Functional Matrix benefits and drawbacks

  • Craving the Organization methods and things to consider

The second half of the session is a workshop focused on re-designing your organization based on presentions portion

 
 

Outline/Structure of the Workshop

  1. The Session opening - 2 Minute

    • Intro of Speaker

    • Session Agenda

    • Learning Objectives

  2. To Scale or not to Scale 10 Minutes

  3. Organizational Design - 30 Minute

    • The Dunbar number

    • Organizational Designs Product Based

    • Organizational Designs Product customer Journey

    • Matrix, Functional, Functional Matrix benefits and drawbacks

  4. Craving the Organization methods and things to consider - 18 Min

    • Pivoting from Projects to product or Customer focused

    • Governance

    • Technical Challenges

  5. Re-designing your organization Workshop - 60 min

  6. Debrief and Q and A - 5 Minutes

Learning Outcome

Attendees will learn different patterns to organizational designs, techniques to accomplish these designs, and the Pros and cons of each.

Target Audience

People looking to Scale Agile through alternative options, People Focused on Outcome based Delivery

Prerequisites for Attendees

They should understand Scrum and Agile Basics.

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