Thursday 28th April, 2016
2:45pm to 3:35pm
At the team level, Scrum is tightly aligned to a small batch-size, allowing teams to innovate and capitalise on emergent opportunities.
Typically though, organisations struggle to replicate this innovation capability at higher levels. This manifests as slow time-to-market, and the inability to change direction and respond to competitors’ and market changes. More importantly, they become inflexible and are unable to capitalise on emergent opportunities.
In this session, I will explain why batch-size reduction represents the most compelling opportunity to enable innovation, through accelerating feedback. I will demonstrate how it reduces risk, improves economic decision-making and achieves fantastic benefits, by taking incremental steps toward batch-size reduction.
Disruptive innovator in creative software environments; team alignment enabler; non-professional cyclist; lover of family, French food and wine
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