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Let’s face it, the world is changing. Whether we are ready for it or not. Not only do we need to change the way we run and manage our businesses, we also need to change the way we think about our products and customers. But we can’t just ‘think’ about doing things differently – we actually need to ‘do’ things differently. Even if you don’t work in software development, you have probably heard about the management revolution caused by Agile software development. It is certainly no coincidence that the 5 largest companies in the world have adopted agile practices! But ‘being’ Agile is not about a set of development practices. We need to focus on delivering the right things for our customers, while still responding to changes both internal and external to our company. Join me as we discuss practical ways to apply the following core business Agility principles in your environment:
Delighting customers
Descaling work
Implementing enterprise-wide agility
Nurturing agility

Let’s face it, the world is changing. Whether we are ready for it or not. Not only do we need to change the way we run and manage our businesses, we also need to change the way we think about our products and customers. But we can’t just ‘think’ about doing things differently – we actually need to ‘do’ things differently. Even if you don’t work in software development, you have probably heard about the management revolution caused by Agile software development. It is certainly no coincidence that the 5 largest companies in the world have adopted agile practices! But ‘being’ Agile is not about a set of development practices. We need to focus on delivering the right things for our customers, while still responding to changes both internal and external to our company. Join me as we discuss practical ways to apply the following core business Agility principles in your environment:
Delighting customers
Descaling work
Implementing enterprise-wide agility
Nurturing agility

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  1. 1. Being Agile It’s time to be inspired… It’s time to Think Agile
  2. 2. Individuals and interactions over processes and tools Working software over comprehensive documentation Customer collaboration over contract negotiation Responding to change over following a plan The ability of an organisation to sense changes internally or externally and respond accordingly in order to deliver value to its customers. What is Agility? Value creation . . . . . . . .Business Adapted from https://businessagility.institute/learn/ and https://agilemanifesto.org/ and www.agilealliance.org/glossary/business-agility
  3. 3. Delighting customers Descaling work Enterprise wide Agility Nurturing an Agile culture Adapted from https://www.sdlearningconsortium.org/what-we-have-learned/
  4. 4. Delighting customers Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018.
  5. 5. Delighting customers Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018.
  6. 6. Delighting customers Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018. Be the best at what you do Know your customer Shared goal of delighting the customer Have clear line to the customer Top management takes responsibility for delighting the customer Change or structure with the market Empower staff to make decisions Align back-office functions Keep relationships interactive
  7. 7. Descaling work Align teams to organisation Map value streams Focus on value delivery Measure outcomes Have small x functional teams Give teams autonomy Give authority to the teams Work in small batches Work in short iterations Limit work in progress Work without interruption Deliver work in one iteration Automate repetitive work Get work to customer Get customer feedback Hold retrospectives Have daily stand-ups Adopt Agile practices Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018.
  8. 8. Enterprise wide Agility Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018. Lots of small groups Bias towards action Share a common purpose Fund value streams or teams Measure customer outcomes Represent the customer, not only shareholders Information is transparent available Agile contracts are changed Procurement processes select who can adapt Onboard partners like new employees
  9. 9. Nurturing an Agile culture ManagementTools LeadershipTools PowerTools Coercion Threats Punishment Promotion Training Incentives Hiring Firing Vision Story telling Conversations Role modelling Ritual Measurement Tradition Negotiation Strategic Planning Decision making Learning IntimidationInformationInspiration Adapted from Denning, Stephen. The Age of Agile: How Smart Companies Are Transforming the Way Work Gets Done. Amacom. 2018.
  10. 10. Thank you Angie Doyle 082 322 8558 angie@thinkagile.co.za thinkagile.co.za

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