The importance of processes
Do you want to learn how to develop business processes that support an agile operating model that can help you shift direction faster and keep cross-organisational alignment high? Join us for this webinar on developing agile processes that support the journey towards developing organisational agility.
It may sound a bit odd. Processes. It is something usually coined with “Lean”. Yet the business processes and related activities are a core element in all agile methodologies. The processes are the elements that describe how organisations best share information, prioritise activities and coordinate vertically (from leadership to team level) and horizontally (across the business units and the value chain).
The topic of processes and methodology does receive much attention in the agile world, but it is often an element that could be explored more in an agile transformation. Many organisations identify a specific agile methodology that may seem to fit their context and then work hard on making their organisation fit into this methodology and related processes. Whilst there may be much inspiration to collect from a specific model, there is no one-size-fits-all model in the world of agile.
We thus suggest taking a more holistic approach to identifying, designing, developing and implementing the processes that are the best possible fit for your organisation.
Join us for this webinar to gain insights into how you should work with processes in your agile transformation. Through a combination of theory and practice, we will take a closer look at the key elements of agile processes and how they can be implemented effectively in your organisation.
This event is the fourth in a series of events focusing on organisational agility. To revisit other events in the series, please reach out to Søren Belling.
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