How to shape your organization to compete – Insights from over 2,000 global respondents reveal the recipe for an agile transformation that delivers real business impact.
Agility is on everyone’s lips—online searches for “agile transformation” yield around 100 million hits, and the stories of well-known pioneers circulate widely. But is this just hype, or are there real benefits to be gained? Is agility just noise from the IT department, or an opportunity that merits serious attention from the top team? And if pursuing agility yields benefits, what is the recipe for success?
To find the answers keep reading here the original post on McKinsey & Company.
… the world is entering a new age: the age of Agile. An unstoppable revolution is now under way in our society, affecting almost everyone. Agile organizations are connecting everyone and everything, everywhere, all the time.
They are capable of delivering instant, intimate, frictionless value on a large scale. They are creating a world in which people, insights, and money interact quickly, easily, and cheaply. For some firms, the revolution is uplifting and beautiful. For others, it is dark and threatening. …
A really great article on why agile is applicable through the whole company on forbes.
“Product development is rife with uncertainity and risk. Often times teams are misaligned and employees don’t see a clear path forward, creating a product that confuses and angers customers. Design Sprints help eliminate challenges and accelerate outcomes by prototyping, testing, and validating product concepts within five days.
Design Sprints work and explaining their value to senior leadership should be easy. That’s why we worked with C. Todd Lombardo, co-author of the book Design Sprint: A Practical Guide for Building Great Digital Products, to visualize why Design Sprints are so important and how to sprint within your own organization.”