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Using Data to Drive Enterprise Adoption of Agile w/ Mike McCalla

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When Mike McCalla, President, and Founder of Lean Agile Intelligence was looking for feedback on some ideas he had around enterprise agile transformation, he posted his thoughts on LinkedIn and asked if he was oversimplifying what he had started referring to as Object-Oriented Data-Driven Change. One great thing about agile folks who spend time on the interweb, if you ask them for feedback, they are more than happy to provide… often more than you want, and often about things you weren’t asking for feedback on, but, they do respond. Mike’s post kicked off a very spirited conversation. In this episode of the podcast, he joins me to share his thoughts on why taking a data-driven approach to introducing sticky change in the enterprise is an important part of delivering on the promise of change in large organizations.

You can find Mike’s original LinkedIn post here: https://bit.ly/3GzuamW

drunkenpmradio · Outcome Oriented Data Driven Change w Mike McCalla

If you are interested in learning more about Lean Agile Intelligence and how it can help you and your organization continually assess how you are progressing in your transformation journey and what next steps are likely to help the most. 
https://leanagileintelligence.com

Contacting Mike
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelsmccalla/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MSMcCalla_1

Posted on: January 15, 2022 03:01 PM | Permalink

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