Eat more and keep eating: a taste of Enterprise Agile Transformations

A session at Agile Tour Bangkok 2013 (Thailand)

  • Adrian Lander

“Scrum is simple, Scrum is hard” said Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber, creators of Scrum. While Scrum is just one of the Agile frameworks, Enterprise Agile Transformation is Very Hard but Very Rewarding. Introducing Agile just for development in a software centric organisation is not easy. Going beyond development and that in a non-software centric enterprise with silos and only waterfall experience is a Rocky Road. Following the US and Europe, now Asia is slowly adopting Agile and companies can not ignore Agile if they want to stay competitive. This topic is about the various agile transformation strategies for enterprises, the typical pitfalls and how to avoid these. These lessons are also valid for other companies. Using Scrum+XP+Lean as an example as a target set of practices, but generally applicable to Agile. It combines Agile with Organisational Change approaches. It is of interest to both Management, Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Agile Developers, Agile PMs , other Agile Change Agents and generally, Agile Teams. While having some theoretical background, this is a very practice based session, with practical applications, whether you are starting a transformation or are in the middle of it, but not getting all the benefits yet.

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Adrian Lander

Enterprise Agile Transformer

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Date Sat 21st December 2013

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