Given the appropriate mindset, agile practices can help organizations to work well throughout the company. This means flat management, team roles internally defined not externally assigned, small teams 3 – 9 people empowered to move in quick iterations, to meet daily to solve issues and release at the end of an identified time period.
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What Can Agile Transformation Do for Your Business?
Agile Transformation is the ability of a company to re-invent itself by changing from traditional organization style to Agile principles. These companies may work in waterfall SDLC and want to become lighter, quicker, and more efficient to win the rush to market. Some might be working partly in Agile already and need pockets of training. Some might need scaled Agile, and others might be completely new to the Agile mindset and culture and need to start at the beginning.
A company’s capacity for adopting Agile and reaping the full benefits of continuous delivery depends on that company’s desire to change and its Agile maturity. This means that commitment to and readiness for Agile need to guide the decision to begin, because Agile Transformation is radical shift in attitudes, mindsets, and culture.
The main reason that Agile companies experience increased delivery and revenue share is the relentless focus on customer value enhancement. That is why after each sprint, product is released for consumer input, changes are made accordingly, and product is released again. By focusing on the customer at each increment and improving constantly, the product is completed more quickly and is more relevant to user needs.
The multi-layered management styleand traditional Waterfall SDLC are often not the best for early release and speed to market, the “Holy Grail of Agile”.
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