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Business Case for Agile - Time for ROI Check

by Think, Do, Learn, Blog, Talk, Share  at [24]7 Innovation Labs on Jul 19, 2012

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When we talk of agility, we often refer to number of user stories or story points delivered, or burn down charts or velocity, etc. I call them 'lower-order agility' and howsomuch interesting they are, ...

When we talk of agility, we often refer to number of user stories or story points delivered, or burn down charts or velocity, etc. I call them 'lower-order agility' and howsomuch interesting they are, they make no sense to the 'higher-order agility' at business level. Why is that outrageous claims of performance, productivity and quality improvements at lower-order agility don't translate to commensurate higher-order agility? In this talk, I explore some of these issues. I also propose some ideas on how the whole notion of portfolio planning should be seen in the context of higher-order agility.

I delivered this talk on 19 July 2012 at the launch of Agile Leadership Network, Bangalore chapter, hosed by Valtech at their office.

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