The last couple of years have been full of discussions on how to scale agile methods. Frameworks promising to know the answer on how to scale are plenty, well known, and it feels like new frameworks keep entering the market on a monthly basis. Most, if not all come with a nice big picture showing managers how an (big) agile organizations needs to look like. They got it all wrong.
Creating an agile organization is not about introducing new titles and roles, not about cross-functional teams and especially not about trains. Agile organizations are about respecting people, delivering value to customers, and being able to constantly adapt to change. To achieve all this you need is stress, reflections mechanisms and leadership.
This talk will show you, how the Kanban method can help you to get exactly those three things to successfully foster an organization that is delivering value to their customers, is able to adapt to changes, while respecting its people and without turning everything upside down.