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Magdalena Firlit - How organizations prevent themselves from being Agile

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The goal of this topic is to cover (or uncover) three common anti-patterns during Agile adoption by organizations. There are many common anti-patterns I have observed in organizations during implementing Agile mindset and Scrum framework. Let’s focus on three of them.

Magdalena is sharing her experience from the last 12 years of Agile adoption. She has been observing many patterns and she would like to share the three – in her opinion, the most important ones. Her observation is that organizations declare they would like to “be” Agile, however, at the same time they sabotaging this decision to avoid as many changes as they can.

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Magdalena Firlit - How organizations prevent themselves from being Agile

  1. 1. HOW ORGANISATIONS PREVENT THEMSELVES FROM BEING AGILE MAGDALENA FIRLIT PRESENTS ANTI-PATTERNSTHATSHOULD MAKE YOU ALERTED
  2. 2. MAGDALENA FIRLIT PROFESSIONAL SCRUM TRAINER AGILE TRANSFORMATION COACH UNIVERSITY LECTURER
  3. 3. BEING AGILE MEANS... SOME EXAMPLES Adapt to market conditions and changes Be flexible Early realise value Early eliminate risk Continuously improve Happy customers Happy employees And more...
  4. 4. THAT'S WHY ORGANISATIONS WANT TO CHANGE
  5. 5. AGILE TRANSFORMATION IS NOT EASY AND OFTEN REQUIRES RADICAL CHANGES 10 20 30 40 50 June July August September October 0
  6. 6. ANTI- PATTERN NO 1 NO NEED FOR CHANGE OR RE- ORGANISE
  7. 7. NOT FULLY IMPLEMENTED AGILE FRAMEWORKS LIKE SCRUM ANTI-PATTERN NO 2
  8. 8. LOW FOCUS ON CUSTOMERS AND VALUE DELIVERED ANTI-PATTERN NO 3 Productivity 17% Loyalty 11% Quality 57% Profitability 15%
  9. 9. WHAT TO DO INSTEAD SMALL TIPS TO HELP YOU MAKE YOUR AGILE ORGANISATION SUCCESSFUL Changes are necessary to make your organisation flexible Help yourself with implementing an Agile framework (empirical) Become an Agile Leader Focus on what matters (value, customers)
  10. 10. THANK YOU GOOD LUCK! MAGDALENAFIRLIT

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