I’m old enough to remember the SAT Analogy Questions, you? PRESCRIBED ROADMAP : AGILE TRANSFORMATION ::marching band : jazz quartetFolks, there is no sheet music. There is, however, a lead sheet.
Far too many Agile Assessments just tell you where you are. And if they dare to give you guidance on where to go next, they do so using outdated “Organization as Machine” approaches.
While that may be ok if you’ve got manufacturing assembly lines, for the rest of us: the context is unpredictable and uncontrollable, and strategic agility is the preferred model
No doubt about it: There is a high rate of failure in the world of agile transformation.
Ironically, could it be that organizations are unwittingly undermining their odds of success by using non-agile approaches? (e.g., follow this roadmap, use this prescriptive change management process, assess your organization compared to others)
In this podcast, hosts Andy Cleff and Jay Hrscko chat with Joshua Kerievsky about his latest book, Joy of Agility. The book reflects over two decades of experimenting, learning, unlearning, and explores the nature of agility. Joy of Agility features 6 powerful agile mantras and over 100 unforgettable stories of real …
This week I’m celebrating my 3-year anniversary at Agile Velocity And enjoying a special care package my teammates sent to my door. They know me well. Coffee and dark chocolate!
As I reflect on the 1,095+ day journey so far, it feels like I’ve been part of three different companies, so much has happened.