Agile Training and Education in Agile Transformations

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In the previous sections of the Agile Transformations series of blog posts we looked at Critical Success Factors for Agile transformation, as well as Transition Management during an Agile Transformation. In today’s article we will be investigating what is required in terms of Agile Training and Education in Agile Transformations. Agile Training – Needs Analysis […]

Agile Transformation Management

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By Joel Oosthuizen In the Transition Management section (which is part two) of my series on Critical Success Factors for Agile Transformation we are looking at Transformation Vision, Objectives, Benefits Plan, Transition Team, Measures, Stakeholders and Culture. Agile Transformation Management: Vision As with any successful endeavor, project, product or service offering, a clear Transformation Vision […]

Critical Success Factors for Agile Transformation (part 1)

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Part of the ‘Designing and Implementing a Successful Agile Transformation’ series of posts. Agile Transformation Critical Success Factors Vision An Agile Transformation, as with any change initiative or project, starts off with a vision. The person with this vision has seen the extraordinary results that Lean thinking and Agile Principles and Values bring to an […]

Waste in Lean Software Development

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An infographic that can be used as a quick reference to identify waste in lean software development, and their Agile/ Lean remedies. What’s Next? If you need assistance with an Agile Transformation, or with Lean Process Optimization and Value Stream Mapping, please contact us here. If you need Agile or Lean training from team to […]

Why do organisations need an Adaptive Portfolio ?

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Adaptive Portfolio – An Introduction Organisations that utilize batch principles to deliver work are often synonymous with old legacy systems, batch-process thinking, big up-front planning and long feedback cycles. Requirements are thrown into a black hole and we expect that our perception of value will materialize once delivered. In most cases this heavy process driven […]