Our approach to Agile transformation itself is agile in nature. For us, Agile is not just a methodology, it’s a state of mind. We deliver frequent and carefully planned iterations for measurable results.
Transformation Planning: We get started by working closely with the executives and key stakeholders to define a bespoke transformation roadmap and KPIs.
Leadership Transformation: We start at the Executive level communicating the Agile mind-set. We arm the core team with the tools to become internal change agents and implement lasting sustainable success.
Single Team Pilot: We establish a smaller team to ‘try Agile’. Proven success at this stage facilitates buy-in for wider adoption in your company.
Community of Practice: We establish a community of Agile Evangelists, who can advocate the merits of Agile and facilitate on-boarding others during the process.
Scale to Multiple Teams & Programmes: We Scale Agile to multiple teams and large programmes, one at a time.
Enterprise Transformation: We take Agile principles to the enterprise and portfolio level and institutionalise the cultural changes spanning from how members are hired, assessed and rewarded.
Optimisation: We establish a continuous feedback loop for the internal change agents to continuously optimise the process and the output.
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