It can be a real challenge for a large organization to manage its IT operations when it does not have the right fusion of people, an effective delegation of leadership, the appropriate set of tools and processes in place, and the correct type of environment and resources in place.
Agile is increasingly mentioned as the go-to method for product development, and given the coverage on agile, it appears that there is a consensus that agile is at least viewed in a neutral light, if not favorably. Despite this, there are adamant nay-sayers against agile.
Agile is increasingly widespread in usage and mention, making the notion of switching from a more traditional method to agile a plausible one. Those who are considering agile transformation should thoroughly understand the process and what it entails, in order to ensure a smooth transformation and to reap the full benefits.
For those that have no heard the word VUCA, may I first compliment your success being able to dodge this highly, and in sometimes overused term. If you don’t know it already it stands for: Volatility Uncertainty Complexity Ambiguity Well I’m going to attempt to overuse it here… However! I do this for no other […]
A company’s ability to deal with change and adapt accordingly to changing conditions will improve its competitiveness in the marketplace. Companies that struggle with slow feedback loops will find themselves caught up in trying to solve problems that have already changed or are not relevant anymore.