Session type:

Case Study

Presented by:

Serena Caruso

Codeplay Software

Session time:

03 Oct 14:00 15:00

Session duration:

60 minutes

About the session

Working with agile teams but drowning in heavy bureaucracy when it comes to improving as an organisation?
Facing political drama over who owns which change?
Swimming in feedback but, not knowing what to do with it?
Realising that your brilliant idea is not working after all,'s too late to admit it?

There are better ways to handle changes, it doesn't have to be a job for superheroes and it starts with the same principles we have learned to master at the team level:  transparency, permission to fail, learning and experimentation

Join this session for a step-by-step description of how we are trying to introduce an experiment mindset to the company's continuous improvement, covering a year-long journey, starting from the initial pitch to leadership and the argument for adopting such a framework.

Participant takeaways:

  • How to pitch the difference between changes and experiments
  • Hands-on techniques to foster engagement and collaborative design
  • Importance of keeping constantly the cards on the table: be transparent at every step in the journey
  • Success lies behind learning and not behind the "right choice"


Continuous improvement, Experiment, Transparency culture, Feedback, Scaling agile

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