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Of all the organisations that have attempted to be agile, only a few have truly succeeded. The primary reason for this is a lack of understanding and appreciation of how profound and radical the changes needed for a transformation are. The scope of change is not just limited to people and processes, but includes mindset and culture as well. And the changes are not limited just to IT, but encompass most of the critical parts of an organisation.
I will showcase 2 contrasting agile transformation case studies, one a failure and the other a success, to show what determines success or failure. I'll summarise the challenges and offer recommendations on overcoming them.
Sunil Mundra is a principal consultant at ThoughtWorks. His areas of expertise include agile adoption and transformation, agile maturity assessment, agile training and coaching and change management. As part of his consulting engagements, he has worked with leadership teams of several large and mid-sized multinational organisations across the globe. He is based in London.
Sunil has 15+ years of experience in the IT industry. He speaks regularly at national and international level conferences on agile related topics. He has spoken at 20+ conferences across 4 continents.
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