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Ingredients for Enterprise Agility, Part II: Organizing and Planning for Enterprise Agility

Posted February 18, 2021 in Business Agility & Software Engineering Excellence
Ingredients for Enterprise Agility, Part II: Organizing and Planning for Enterprise Agility
This Advisor outlines how using a target operating model working hypothesis may help c-suite executives understand how adopting Agile can impact them and their organization. The working hypothesis develops incrementally as the activity progresses. The author also suggests how to plan a transformation based upon outcomes, 90-day horizons and themes, and offers an Agile sundial as a means of setting direction and illustrating progress.
About The Author
Jon Ward
Jon Ward is Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business Agility and Software Engineering Excellence practice. As CEO for Beneficial Consulting, he focuses on the cultural and transformational aspects of implementing Agile. Mr. Ward currently acts as an Agile catalyst, producing significant bottom-line results for software and business change initiatives. Using Lean-Agile techniques, he redesigns target operating models for efficiency and… Read More
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