Friday 21st February, 2014
8:00pm to 9:45pm
Transforming to Agile practices is difficult, perhaps even more so for public sector government organizations. In this session we'll give an experience report for how we brought these practices into a public sector organization with a 280 person IT department (4300 organization wide) and how we're branching out into other public sector organizations as a result. While the initial scope of the internal coaching team was the IT group, we'll show you how we were able to spread influence to other areas of the organization including the PMO, HR, Learning and Performance (L&P) and Change Management departments despite the additional constraints that come along with working in a government organization.
In a year we've been able to migrate the entire 280 person IT group to Agile, added Agile training curriculum to the official leadership program through HR, helped transform the PMO, and develop technical capability to better support delivery of software. We'll show you the progress we've made and the process we used to get there.
Some of the topics we will touch:
Bridging the gap between Agile/Lean communities and OD/CM. Author of Lean Change Management ( http://leanchange.org ), speaker, dad and drummer.
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