It’s the difference between “doing Agile” or Agile theater, and “being Agile,” or Agile in real life. Organizations who wish to “become Agile” will benefit from experienced guidance during the process.
Our “whole-system” approach to Agile adoption is designed to take your entire organization—its processes and its culture–from Agile concept to complete adoption. Our whole-system approach to Agile adoption is designed to achieve durable success.
Because they are interdependent, durable success in Agile adoption requires change to both of the two organizational systems that compose and drive your value chain. One is the system by which your organization conducts its work—the processes and mechanics—this is where frameworks like Scrum fit in. The other organizational system that makes up and drives your value chain is the one by which your organization governs the conduct of its work—your culture—this is where leadership comes in.
For example, there will be new roles and responsibilities for everyone in the organization, from top to bottom, new behaviors will be measured and rewarded, there will be a new organizational structure, and more. The key point is this: if you make a change to only your organization’s mechanics without making a complimentary change to its culture, your organization will ultimately reject that change like the body rejects a transplanted organ.
This is why so many Agile adoption efforts fail, and this is why the ones that follow our whole-system approach do not. Our Whole-System Agile Adoption approach helps your organization through every step of the Agile adoption journey; we:
Are you ready to change your organization for the better? If so, whole-system Agile adoption could be the best choice for your organization. To learn more about Agile adoption or to get started on your own adoption journey, send us a message.