What drives successful agile adoption
Outline/Structure of the Talk
- Lecture format interspersed with short experience sharing amongst the audience, and real-world named examples.
- First section - introduce the three mega-trends: ubiquitous and growing complexity, commoditization of change, customer (im)patience
- Second section - focus on the one constraint - frequent delivery of shippable increment - that controls agile adoption
- Third section - introduce the five principles that allow a leadership team to safely change culture and accelerate adoption
- Uncover the three mega-trends that make agile adoption inevitable in your market
- As a leader, discover the one key change that will make or break your transformation
- Learn about the five principles that facilitate your cultural change
managers, leaders, executives, champions, sponsors, change agents, coaches
Prerequisites for Attendees
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