Comparative Agility with Jorgen Hesselberg

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“Agile is not something you become, Agile is something you become more of.”

For organizations that are engaged in Agile Transformation, it is often very challenging to get a sense of where you are with respect to successfully adopting a new way of working. Comparative Agility is a tool that has been designed to help Agile coaches and organizations get a deeper understanding of their progress towards Agile transformation. 
 

In this interview, Jorgen Hesselberg, co-founder of Comparative Agility, and I discuss how the tool has evolved since it was created in 2008 and how it is now being used by coaches and organizations to not only understand how their transformation is going, but how they are doing compared to others within their vertical, as well. We also talk about the work that Comparative Agility has been doing with the Scrum Alliance and how the tool has been extended to include things like Security and DevOps, in addition to discussing Jorgen’s book “Unlocking Agility.” 

Links from the Podcast

If you’d like to check out Comparative Agility, you can find it here: https://www.comparativeagility.com

If you’d like to read “Unlocking Agility”, you can find it here: https://amzn.to/2setHly

Contacting Jorgen

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Email: jorgen@comparativeagility.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jhesselberg

Posted on: January 07, 2019 12:21 AM | Permalink

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