#AgileFail – Why Agile Transformations Implode


#AgileFail – Why Agile Transformations Implode

It’s official. Agile ways of working are now a required element of any modern organization. In a world of exponential change and complexity, staying relevant means transforming your organization to be more collaborative, iterative, and innovative. Unfortunately, the path to high performance is paved with land mines. Over and over, agile champions see their intentions and efforts get crushed up by overwhelming barriers to progress. It turns out, these barriers are all knowable in advance. In this high-energy presentation, executive agile coach Jesse Fewell shares his meta-research into the most commonly cited reasons transformations fail to meet expectations. Come to this third installment in a multi-part series exploring challenges facing all Agile transformations. We will offer fresh insights to convert agile frustration into proper perspective, leaving you better equipped to guide the journey forward.




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2 Responses

  1. The next PMO Impact that I would choose to make is to bring this recognition of pop culture agile is the fad. Using agile in the company is a culture change that will be an company environmental thought process

  2. Hey Judith. “Pop Culture Agile” is an interesting way of putting it. I sometimes call it “copy-paste” agile, or “keep-up-with-the-Jonses Agile”. Using agile methods for a single project/program is one thing. Creating more agility across an organization is very much a culture transformation… and we need PMO leaders to help drive exactly that conversation. Thanks for the comment!

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