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Organisations globally are attempting Agile transformations to accelerate their business strategies, although not all who try are succeeding and delivering the outcomes they desire. However, transformations of this nature are seen as worthwhile risks to take to improve business performance because studies show that embracing Lean and Agile practices with modern portfolio management approaches can help organisations adapt, grow, scale, and better pivot for times of change and uncertainty ahead.
It has also been proven that Leaders need to foster a change in mindset and new approaches to speed delivery and adapt to change. Lean and Agile transformation success is driven by the understanding that to achieve different outcomes, you must create a different culture.
So, what does it take to lead an agile transformation and what can you do to bridge strategy and delivery.
Find out the answer to this and more by joining this exclusive not to be missed event with Patrick Tickle, Planview Chief Product Officer and Tony Gilling, Planview Senior Solutions Architect. These Technology experts will be sharing their knowledge and perspectives, shedding light on common traps and challenges that organisations fall into when embarking on transformations. Most importantly, they will be providing proven successful recommendations to apply in your own journey to accelerate on-strategy delivery.
By attending this session, you will understand:
• How to address the underlying psychology that often hinders a shift to a Lean-Agile culture
• How leadership must acknowledge their own change
• How to create a decentralized decision-making organisation
• The power of cross-functional teams and why leadership needs to support these groups
• How funding and budgeting must change
This event is being delivered by RITA 2021 Sponsor Planview
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