After ten years of implementation of Agile by organisations around the world, I’m only seeing mitigated success. Agile takes its roots in the 2001 Agile Manifesto, when software development adopted the idea of “Agile” in an effort to make software development more efficient and purpose driven. The more cynical of us might say that Agile is just another consulting fad, destined to rise and fade as have BPR, Lean, and Six-Sigma. The more optimist among us will say that Agile has helped to bring awareness of the need to do things differently, and to think differently, to the business community.
Walking the Talk is excited to announce the release of our 2019 research report on agile culture.
Maintaining a strong link to the business and having tangible measures of your company's progress will transform your culture.
Whether you voted leave or remain, 80% of us now agree that Brexit is a shambles.
There are much smarter people than me reflecting on why exactly that is the case and I am sure only history will have the answer.
But, ever the optimist, I believe we can learn from this right now and I want to share with you one lens which provides important insights for those in business.
On March 20th we are delighted to be hosting one of our FTSE 100 clients to share their story of culture transformation. We would love you to join us for a thought-provoking session with an Executive Leader on how, with our help, they achieved culture transformation on a global scale.