Everyone’s talking about it. Everyone says they’re doing. And everybody thinks they are the best at it. So why, then, do so many organisations fail with their attempts at digital transformation and agile adoption?
Is it because they renamed their project managers to scrum masters and wonder why agile is not working? Is it because they burn through a million story points a week but still only deliver value once a quarter? Or is it because transformation requires deep cultural changes, and organisations are scared to make these big decisions?
Instead of focusing on reducing overall cycle times and delivering value more frequently, digital transformations are often full of hype and lacking endeavour. Organisations think cosmetic changes & scrum rituals will make them agile, and that’s why they fail.
Most transformations fail for the same underlying reasons. But high-performing agile organisations have learned to spot and avoid making these fundamental errors. In this session, you will, too.
Le mot de l’organisation
Pourquoi choisir Nick Tune ? Tout d’abord, c’est un bon speaker et qu’il parle de DDD. Oui mais surtout après avoir lu son article de blog : http://blog.ntcoding.com/2016/07/digital-transformation-hard-parts.html : Fear of Decentralising Decision Making, Fear of Changing Organisational Boundaries, Unwilling to Embrace Continuous Delivery,…) N’en jetez plus, là ça nous parle bien et donc nous prenons.