For an organisation to become truly agile, its people must embrace and apply agile thinking at every level of the business.
The primary driver for successful agile adoption within a business is the level of buy-in achieved amongst its teams. It’s not enough to implement structures and tools into day to day practices – the organisation must learn to listen to what agile tells them and act upon it in order to sustain buy-in both to the method and their commitment to the ambitions of the business.
In this session I will share my experiences and insights from introducing agile project management through to improving the strategic agility of business models to encourage growth.
The session will report on journeys of adoption and the impact upon people and interactions within those businesses. We will explore what worked well, what could work better, what barriers we faced and the results achieved.
I am delighted to be speaking at the first Agile in the City Bristol this November
I will be speaking about Being agile in Cornwall, sharing stories of adoption and adaption of agile in the county.