Over the last twenty years, agile has gained more and more traction in not only the technology world, but across all business sectors. Now, it is almost a no-brainer for startups and enterprise organizations alike. While startups seem to thrive with agile, larger organizations tend to struggle when attempting to scale the methodology. This is why frameworks such as SAFe® and Spotify have started to gain traction at the enterprise level.
If you’re planning to increase your organization’s agility, you can’t avoid modernizing your financial processes because scaled agile practices and traditional cost accounting are not compatible. Let’s see why this can be very rewarding.
The new Board macro that was recently added to draw.io can be used as a tool to encourage team members to share more during Agile and Scrum meetings, which is very important for the success of such meetings. Find out more about how in this article.
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The Corona crisis and the upheaval it caused in the economy are an extreme example of market disruption. An exceptional case of the much-cited VUCA scenario, adaptability is now more important than ever. Here we look at how the Leadership Agility model can help leaders create a solid foundation for true adaptability in their organizations.
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The larger the company, the more complex and multifaceted its structure becomes. Thanks to software solutions such as Scrum or Kanban, we can now scale planning and management processes, but they no longer cut it if you want to implement a comprehensive approach for all of your teams. Introducing: Agile Hive, our own SAFe with Atlassian tools, which made us a certified Scaled Agile Platform Partner and was developed together with our partner, KEGON.
With the outbreak of the Coronavirus crisis, teams were suddenly forced to start working from home. This resulted in all their usual team structures to be turned upside down. Lots of teams experienced how their teamwork and personal work organization changed entirely within just a few short days.
Our aim was to get involved in the general conversation about sustainability, to signal our commitment to sustainability so that it’s recognized internally, and to establish regional contacts in order to learn and exchange ideas together. We here in the organizational team were very happy to receive the positive feedback and animated discussions that came from the event. Our plan is to hold two more Meetups this year.