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When I started I wasn’t well prepared. I took agile as another buzzword. And it was not an easy change. Neither for me, nor for the people around me. Agile is a journey. It takes time until you embrace it and realize what are all the values and principles about.
In this talk we explore together the experiments we did and mistakes we learned on our agile journey. It took me several years to realize it took me many experiments to learn. But step by step I become better in building teams, understanding the business value mindset, and helping organizations to embrace business agility. In other words help organizations get ready to whatever future brings.

When I started I wasn’t well prepared. I took agile as another buzzword. And it was not an easy change. Neither for me, nor for the people around me. Agile is a journey. It takes time until you embrace it and realize what are all the values and principles about.
In this talk we explore together the experiments we did and mistakes we learned on our agile journey. It took me several years to realize it took me many experiments to learn. But step by step I become better in building teams, understanding the business value mindset, and helping organizations to embrace business agility. In other words help organizations get ready to whatever future brings.

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  1. 1. Journey towards Business Agility Learning from Mistakes @zuzuzka Zuzi Sochova sochova.com
  2. 2. Author… Practical guide for all who want to improve their teams and organizations. http://greatscrummaster.com Being Agile Leader is an exciting journey full of collaboration. h tt p://greatagileleader.com
  3. 3. The Journey
  4. 4. The Journey
  5. 5. The Journey
  6. 6. The Journey
  7. 7. #1 Engaged Culture Single Discipline Skills Detailed Positions Individual Performance
  8. 8. Teams
  9. 9. Transparency
  10. 10. Failure
  11. 11. Inside-out
  12. 12. #2 Value Driven Deliver Tasks Maximize Velocity Focus on Estimates
  13. 13. Purpose
  14. 14. Innovations
  15. 15. Priorities
  16. 16. Continuum
  17. 17. #3 Customer Centric Detailed Requirements Fixed Scope Proxy Product Owner
  18. 18. Co-Create
  19. 19. Partnership
  20. 20. Empathy
  21. 21. Incremental
  22. 22. #4 Adaptive Operations Yearly Budgets Fixed Plans De fi ned Business Cases
  23. 23. Hierarchy
  24. 24. Structure
  25. 25. Strategies
  26. 26. Budgetting
  27. 27. #5 Catalyst Leadership Top-Down Autocratic Micromanagement
  28. 28. Autenticity
  29. 29. Relationships
  30. 30. Growth
  31. 31. Leadership
  32. 32. Business Agility
  33. 33. Where to start Know where you are, where you like to be There is no one way, inspect and adapt, learn Become ready to whatever future brings #Feedback #Experiment #Resiliency
  34. 34. Zuzi Šochová zuzi@sochova.com linkedin.com/in/zuzka @zuzuzka AGILE & SCRUM COACH CERTIFIED SCRUMTRAINER, CST http://sochova.com http://agile-scrum.com http://greatscrummaster.com Connect with me… Author of The Great ScrumMaster and The AgileLeader books

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