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“I have no idea what I’m doing?”Have you experienced this feeling? As an Agile coach or Scrum master, you think that you are not valuable or impactful to your team or company, and you don’t have a good feeling about your accomplishments.Be ImpactfulPractical Outcome-Oriented Agile Transformation“If you want to teach people a new way of thinking, don’t bother trying to teach them. Instead, give them a tool, the use of which will lead to new ways of thinking.”More information
Learn how to run a successful
Outcome-oriented Agile Transformation
Start with a vision
An Agile Transformation starts with a shared vision. The change vision, answers this question “How we want things to be?”. “Not I” “We”. A shared definition of direction and a better future.
Grasp the current condition
We need metrics to Understand the current condition (“Where are we now?”) and Understand the progress during the change process.
In this stage, We need to grasp the current condition and find our gap with our vision.
Conduct Experiments to get there
In the first part we created a shared change vision, in the second part we understood the current condition and chosen some meaningful metrics.
It’s Time to exploit the change program by conducting experiments.
We are from trenches, and we helped many teams on their transformation journey
Real Agile transformation case study
Omid is a WealthTech company based on A.I (artificial intelligence) that offers intelligent wealth management solutions to customers(B2B and B2C). When I was invited to join this company, they typically expected me to implement scrum, but based on my experience implementation of scrum should not be a goal ….
Do you need an internationally recognized Agile Transformation model?
The Agile Fluency Model describes an agile team’s pathway. You can use the model to chart a course for the team, create alignment with management, and secure organizational support for improvement.
Factful Agility Framework Book
Practical Outcome-Oriented Agile Transformation
After more than 20 years of Agile movement, many organizations have not yet achieved the agile promises.
Why? Because many agile practitioners have sought to implement different frameworks, and have defined their success metrics for implementing these frameworks or methods. But now is the time to go back to the promises of agility and define a change plan based on results.
In this book you will find:
- How to start an outcome-oriented agile transformation
- How to involve different stakeholders
- How to stick to the transformation program and keep it alive