Friday 9th October, 2015
1:40pm to 3:20pm
For large enterprises, the ability to deliver early and often is necessary, but not sufficient. Without clear and transparent alignment to a strategy, the organisation might still end up being very busy, getting better at delivering more and more of the wrong thing, but not achieving any positive results. However, knowing what the right strategy should be can also be a challenge in today's complex world. Strategy Deployment is the Lean approach to meeting this challenge. Organisations need to become laboratories, in which they are constantly running experiments, generating learning, and applying that learning to continually progress towards their True North.
Kanban Thinker. Using Agility Strategically bio from Twitter
Karl Scotland helps businesses become Learning Organisations. In the course of doing this, he has been a pioneer and advocate of using Kanban Systems for software development, a founding member of both the Lean Systems Society and Limited WIP Society, and has been active in the Agile and Lean communities for the last 15 years. As a result he was awarded the honorary Brickell Key Community Contribution Award at the 2013 Lean Kanban North America conference. His experience includes working with the BBC, Yahoo!, EMC Consulting and Rally Software, and he writes about his work defining Kanban Thinking on his blog at http://availagility.co.uk/
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