The most common reasons that Agile transformations don’t reach their full potential are related to change management, or rather, the absence of it. Friction between company culture and core Agile values, lack of understanding of Agile principles, and lack of visible project sponsorship are top factors of Agile transformation failures.
The buzz surrounding Agile transformation has been steadily increasing, however, the direction on how to apply Agile change management in tandem hasn’t been as widely discussed. This presentation delves into how to effectively manage the people side of change during an Agile transformation — the organizational and systemic integration of the Agile methodology.
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