Organizational Agility 2018: Seven Transformational Sparks for Business Agility
Agile transformations typically fail to deliver true business agility because organizational power structures, norms, and culture remain locked into legacy models that oppose agile. Similarly, companies fail because their organizations remain tuned to their traditional markets, even as disruption creates new dangers and innovation new opportunities. The failure to change hidebound bureaucracy and rigid organization structures leads to eventual disruption, and often dissolution.
Agile methods can serve as a foundation for organizational “sparks” that are adaptable and resilient in the face of disruption and relentless change. Those looking to leverage investment in agile as a business differentiator must heed Conway’s Rule, and adapt organizational elements to support and enable true business agility. Join Roland and Bob to explore essential organizational sparks for business agility, including Lean Discovery, Agile PMO, Agile Budgeting, Dynamic Strategy, and Portfolio Kanban.
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