This SkillsCast is currently only available to registered attendees of The Study of Enterprise Agility Community: Global Enterprise Agility Month — Delivery Week
It will be freely available to all Skills Matter members once the The Study of Enterprise Agility Community: Global Enterprise Agility Month — Delivery Week early-access window expires on October 25, 2021.
The word “anarchy” usually carries negative connotations. However, it is remains a widely practiced form of governance, and in many cases a vital approach to tackling some of our most complex business problems.
This is a back to basics talk. We will look at what makes an “enterprise” different from other organisations, where agility comes from, and as enterprises grow, what will help them to preserve their agility - despite their size.
We will present a case study of an organisation of considerable size and monopoly – a company of whose products we all use – and look at how we took an off-the shelf “agile scaling” solution and reduced it to the essence of agility which we called “Organigram Adaptif” or “The Adaptive Org Chart”
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Agility Despite Scale with Organigram Adaptif
For over 22 years Abid Quereshi has helped over 50 organisations in 15 countries increase business agility. The insights he brings to the classroom are based on direct experience in developing, testing, specifying and tracking on real software projects.