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Agile 1 to N

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My keynote a #TAFAC2019 on lessons learnt from #scaling #agile from a team to an organization and what are the factors behind a successful agile transformation

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Agile 1 to N

  1. 1. Agile “1” to “N”Tathagat Varma Country Manager, NerdWallet Pic: https://joshfechter.com/viral-marketing-what-is-it/
  2. 2. Personal views
  3. 3. Topics •Agile “0” to “1” •Agile “1” to “N” •Considerations
  4. 4. Context “Organizational Agility is the ability to quickly reconfigure strategy, structure, processes, people, and technology toward value-creating and value- protecting opportunities” - McKinsey
  5. 5. Agile “0” to “1” •Adopt agile methods and practices in intact s/w teams •Typically entails: •Creating agile teams •Training on Scrum / Kanban •Coaching on XP eng practices •Developing tech infrastructure •Implementing support tools
  6. 6. Advantages •Quick start agile •Start where you are •Deliver quick-wins
  7. 7. Limitations •Team level issues •Org structure •Policies & processes •Tech/Product impact
  8. 8. Agile “1” to “N” •Scale-up •Scale-out •True agility!
  9. 9. Scale-up •Fractal units •Tech & Arch •Program mgmt •Product Integration
  10. 10. Scale-out •Systems eng •Entire value chain •Support functions
  11. 11. Systems eng •First Principles •Laws of Physics! •Rate-limiting factor
  12. 12. True agility Processes Culture Results Innovation Purpose Talent
  13. 13. Purpose •Mission: why? •Vision : where? •Values: how? •Goals: what?
  14. 14. Culture •People •Teams •Leaders •Society
  15. 15. Talent •Agile mindset •T-shaped •Collaborative
  16. 16. Processes •Second-order function of people! •Flexible and adaptable •Scaleable •Sustainable •Forever improving…
  17. 17. Innovation •Scientific mindset •Systemic capability •Melioristic culture
  18. 18. Results •Employee-facing! •Customer-facing •Market-facing •Business-facing
  19. 19. Considerations •Manager’s role •More agile! •Org policies •Org structure •Leadership •Business
  20. 20. Manager’s role •No one-size! •S/he who is accountable, gets to define process, make plans and take decisions!
  21. 21. “More Agile” •Invariably leads to “less agility!” •Optimize for customer value! •Team defines and own its process
  22. 22. Org policies •Involve people! •Remove friction •Align policies to required behaviors
  23. 23. Org structure •Flex structure •Leverage agency •Complex Adaptive System
  24. 24. Leadership •Context setting •Exec support •Establish culture
  25. 25. Business •What biz problem are we solving? •Why is it important? •How do we know when we are done?
  26. 26. Recap