“Business Agility” — The trend of agile approaches moving up and out of engineering and into mainstream business– is real. Dogmatic and rigid Agile frameworks do not work well for
“Business Agility” — The trend of agile approaches moving up and out of engineering and into mainstream business– is real. Dogmatic and rigid Agile frameworks do not work well for implementing business agility. Instead, a tailored approach based on proven patterns is what wins this game. For most enterprises, a focus on patterns is essential for achieving genuine and lasting business agility.
The bridge from principles to practices is patterns. A focus on patterns has clear advantages. A pattern can be satisfied with any number of practices, resulting in freedom of choice in terms of practices selected. Enterprise change programs routinely fail, in part because practices are implemented without regard to the proven patterns that inform the design of those practices.
Each participant will gain an understanding of the 8 Patterns of Open Business Agility.
Coaching executives and teams in Agile since 2006, Daniel Mezick leads Improving Agility. Daniel has guided dozens of organizations in the art and science of Agile improvement. An author and co-author of three books on organization change, Daniel is a frequent keynote speaker at industry conferences and events.
Daniel Mezick is the originator of OpenSpace Agility, an engagement model for enabling authentic and lasting organizational improvement. He is also an Advisory Board member and co-Founder of The Open Leadership Network, a certification body and community of practice dedicated to implementing Open patterns and practices inside business enterprises worldwide.
Links: openleadershipnetwork.com, danielmezick.com, openspaceagility.com
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