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The Disciplined Agile/FLEX 2-step approach to Agile at Scale

From the Manifesting Business Agility Blog
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This blog concerns itself with organizations moving to business agility—the quick realization of value predictably and sustainably, and with high quality. It includes all aspects of this—from the business stakeholders through ops and support. Topics will be far-reaching but will mostly discuss FLEX, Flow, Lean-Thinking, Lean-Management, Theory of Constraints, Systems Thinking, Test-First and Agile.

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One of DA's mantras is to be able to choose your own Way of Working (WoW) based on where you are and what you want to achieve. DA is a pragmatic approach based on the principles that choice is important & guided by the context you are in. 

Some Agile at scale approaches often work at first, starting well only to plateau or even go backwards. The reason for this is that most companies require two steps to get from where they are to where they want to go and most pre-defined approaches attempt to accomplish this in one step.

These are the upcoming posts:

  1. What we want to achieve
  2. The two steps required
  3. Why the first step on its own often ends up being a step backwards
  4. Implementing the DA-FLEX Two-Step Method 1 for small to medium size organizations with well-defined teams
  5. Implementing the DA-FLEX Two-Step Method 2 for small to medium size organizations without well-defined teams
  6. Implementing the DA-FLEX Two-Step Method 3 for large organizations

I'll be posting these on a regular basis here. 

Posted on: March 28, 2020 02:37 PM | Permalink

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