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As leaders, we naturally focus on the exciting, high-impact areas, which unfortunately leads to blind spots around the boring, "un-fun" areas. Cheryl Crupi shares six hygiene factors that can be crippling if not addressed. The factors highlight the need for a holistic approach to agility that integrates elements of digital, Agile, DevOps, and many other modern practices for companies that want to be successful in the digital age.
Cristina Popescu and Danish Aziz introduce objectives and key results (OKRs), one of the core tools for creating alignment in times of intense change and anchoring the types of steering approaches capable of keeping up with the decision speed required to be effective in the digital age.
This Advisor outlines the makeup of a transformational leadership team, how to form the team, how it can focus its efforts, behaviors, and expectations, and how to convert the themes and horizons established during transformation planning into objectives and key results to ground the change in metrics and reality.
This Advisor explores the advantages and disadvantages of recent technological advancements in banking, beyond automated teller machines and online banking.
This Advisor explores how organizations can utilize digital twins to see their products in action, over time, when subjected to physical environments, as well as visualize exactly when and where maintenance is needed. This lets product developers close the loop on a product’s design simulations and helps engineers make more informed choices for future designs.
It's widely believed that creep — changes to requirements that supposedly have been settled — is due to unclear requirements. This Advisor looks at project creep differently, enabling us to see that most creep involves requirements that should and could have been identified but weren’t, and that this happens so often that it’s a certainty rather than a risk.
Last year, Barry M. O’Reilly predicted that 2020 would be “the year that Agile got found out.” Well, we all know that 2020 took an unexpected turn. So, in this Executive Update, let’s look deeper into the outcome of my prediction and explore how Agile and agility, especially in the face of a global pandemic, has truly panned out since my “before the world changed” assertion.
Łukasz Paciorkowski and Piotr Karolczak present a digital twin maturity model that can help organizations make better decisions around the structure of digital twins applied to industrial applications. The model presents several capabilities that organizations can explore across several maturity levels.