Currently, technology and business teams face numerous challenges, such as cultural, economical and organizational addition to technical. These problems don’t just affect individual teams; they are organizational issues and have
Currently, technology and business teams face numerous challenges, such as cultural, economical and organizational addition to technical. These problems don’t just affect individual teams; they are organizational issues and have an impact on everyone within the organization.
If you are in the midst of your transformation, how do you know if you are on the right track? Do you think it is enough to become a high-performing team to transform your organization to future state?
According to the Harvard Business Review, companies are pouring millions into “”digital transformation”” initiatives — but a high percentage of those fail to pay off. According to the Harvard Business Review, that’s because companies jump to a solution, focusing on a technology; implement a new tool, or upgrade their systems or develop a big data strategy! Rather than doing the hard work of fitting the change mindset – agility – into the overall business strategy.
If your organization initiated agile transformation, you notice that lots of activities happening; you are bombarded with new urgent requests, everyone is pulling you different sides. In this chaos, you are not sure where are you or where your team fits.
You come to the correct session because in this session, we will review the dimensions of transformation efforts, very simple way to measure the maturity of your teams, departments or your organizations maturity.
– A simple model to measure the maturity of agile transformation
– Key dimensions to consider
– How to improve the maturity of your transformation efforts
Christine Aykac is a dynamic and engaging problem solver and change agent who globally brings realism, openness, and enthusiasm to project practitioners. She has more than 20 years of experience managing programs and providing assistance in utilizing technologies and knowledge assets. Christine’s experience enables her to utilize the best suitable methodology for each project and ensure success. Furthermore, she provides ideal solutions to complex business and technical challenges for management on critical issues relating to implementing new solutions.
Christine’s objective is to spark positive change in the business world through thought-provoking dialogue and interaction through her training materials, books, and blogs, as well as her speaking and consulting engagements. Christine works as a coach, facilitator, and learning strategist. She is very involved in developing training materials, customized awareness programs, and workshops on project management, agile and DevOps, risk management, collaboration, and collective thinking.
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