Transition towards agile operating models
In a world where change is a constant, many organisations acknowledge the power of agility to achieve sustainable high enterprise performance.
To be fast, adaptive and customer-centric, many companies initiate independent start-up-like units, innovation labs full of colourful sticky notes or a digitalisation strategy. However, these initiatives often fall short of realising the expected benefits, because the core organisation remains untouched and fails to generate growth in existing and adjacent areas of business.
… that to reap the full benefits of agility, organisations need to reinvent their core operating model, embrace a new way of collaboration and nurture an entrepreneurial spirit of continuous change and adaptation.
… that agility requires combining methods, structures, principles and values in alignment with an agile mindset. Individuals on all levels need to revisit their fundamental assumptions and embedded beliefs.
… that to close the gap between innovative, agile teams and the established core business, companies need to continuously adapt structures and processes in a holistic manner.
Hitting the CX sweet spot
Superior customer experiences on non-superior budgets.
Podcast: Darrell Rigby of Bain and Jeff Sutherland of Scrum explain the rise of lean, iterative management tactics, and how to implement them yourself.
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Introduce modular product design
– and harvest the full potential of being agile.
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