A lot of companies fail when it comes to turning change ideas into small and executable steps with learnings as a desired outcome. Agile day-to-day work, such as dealing with retrospective outcomes, becomes very challenging, and whole Agile transitions fail because of this inability to navigate in complex environments. Following a few simple steps to plan, execute, and learn from experiments will provide tangible outcomes, closing the gap between where you are right now and where you want to be with being Agile. If everyone followed these steps, change would be much faster and less feared.
This session will not only cover the answer to why experimenting is the only way to drive successful change, but will also provide actionable insights, like the 10 necessary features of good experiments and a straightforward framework for making the most out of experiments.
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