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Enterprise Agile adoption - Key success factors

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Topics to consider in your company transformation: "Agile Champion", "Roger's innovation adoption model", "Business commitment", "coaching", etc.

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Enterprise Agile adoption - Key success factors

  1. 1. Agile corporate adoption – Key Success Factors Xavier Albaladejo CAS2014 - Agile Spain Conference December 2014
  2. 2. CAS 2014 2 Speaker Bio & Company Information  Xavier Albaladejo is Agile-Lean Coach of organizational transformation and member of everis Agile Excellence Center. He helps large organizations to bring more value, faster and efficiently, using Agile and Lean principles.  Xavier Albaladejo coordinates a Postgraduate on Agile methods in La Salle, he is Certified Scrum Practitioner, founder of proyectosagiles.org, Agile Barcelona and member of Agile Spain Board of Directors. insert photo AGILE EXCELLENCE CENTER IT Government – Technology BU PMA Postgrado en Métodos Ágiles
  3. 3. CAS 2014 3 CEO Corporate Agile adoption ■ Still silos, little alignment and collaboration, lack of business value focus. ■ Low motivation. ■ No retrospectives with bottom-up improvement. ■ Agile = iterations. ■ Agile = change whatever whenever. ■ … 
  4. 4. CAS 2014 4 … but it is not easy ■ Faster (Time To Market ) ■ More flexible (to quickly incorporate market feedback) ■ More efficient and more quality ■ More people motivation You want to be Agile
  5. 5. CAS 2014 5 ■ End user value focus. ■ Teamwork (Business & IT). ■ Break silos to create cross- functional stable cells. ■ Self organized teams. ■ Regular reflection. ■ Bottom-up improvement. Agile means… ■ Discipline. ■ Sustainable pace. ■ Technical excellence. ■ Simplicity. ■ Motivating people. ■ …
  6. 6. CAS 2014 6 ■ End user value focus ■ Teamwork (Business & IT). ■ Break silos to create cross- functional stable cells. ■ Self organized teams. ■ Regular reflection. ■ Bottom-up improvement. Agile means… ■ Discipline. ■ Sustainable pace. ■ Technical excellence. ■ Simplicity. ■ Motivating people. ■ … More changes in people and interactions than in processes
  7. 7. CAS 2014 7 BTW…
  8. 8. CAS 2014 8 How is your corporate culture? I can’t bear these horrible histories
  9. 9. CAS 2014 9 XXX  XXX Wait! My organization already works
  10. 10. CAS 2014 10 Ufff, what a challenge. Am I really sure of launching this??
  11. 11. CAS 2014 11 XXX  XXX Yes, I want my organization out-perform
  12. 12. CAS 2014 12
  13. 13. CAS 2014 13 3 questions and 1 order 1. Why? 2. How? 3. Who?
  14. 14. CAS 2014 14 1. Why? We need a powerful reason in order to align people
  15. 15. CAS 2014 15 1. Why? We need a powerful reason in order to align people What’s yours?
  16. 16. CAS 2014 16 So, how much do you must change…? … to be there? 1 2 3 4 5 6 The most powerful reason Do you have any choice?
  17. 17. CAS 2014 17 3 questions and 1 order  Why? 2. How? 3. Who?
  18. 18. CAS 2014 18 3 questions and 1 order  Why? 2. How? 3. Who? !
  19. 19. CAS 2014 19 ■Who sponsors the change? ■Who wants the change? Are they really committed? ■Who have the needed culture? ■Who will fight for the change to make it real? How Who=
  20. 20. CAS 2014 20 How Who= Find the right people to start with Agile is not for all people
  21. 21. CAS 2014 21 High Level Manager Agile Champion How Who= ■ Change agent – Make things happen at an organizational level, sells the concept so everybody wins. ■ Leader – Do changes, people ask him for guiding, aligns high and (specially) middle management. ■ Evangelist – Showing more than telling.
  22. 22. CAS 2014 22 How Who= Business commitment. Agile is for them !!! ■ Stakeholders involvement. ■ Product Owner dedication and role recognition – Responsibility and authority. ■ They will be your ambassadors and do traction in the organization.
  23. 23. CAS 2014 23 How Who= ■ Acceleration and avoid falling in typical mistakes. Experienced Agile & Change Coaches ■ Mindset change coaching, not only practices teaching. ■ Expertise and methodological approach on organizational transformation. ■ Energy and passion in the change.
  24. 24. CAS 2014 24 Last “How” recommendations ■ Don’t wait to have the perfect environment. ■ Bring people to touch the experience. ■ Let this spread like an oil stain and shape the organization step by step.
  25. 25. CAS 2013 25 Questions?
  26. 26. everis.com Línea de Gobierno TI UN Tecnología

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