San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Enterprise Agility Executive Round Table
Team agility has been solved. It’s easy to learn – lean startups are agile without even thinking about it – and for smaller companies or teams-in-isolation, it’s enough. But agile methodologies don’t scale up or across in the enterprise. When you need to coordinate effort beyond just a few teams, agility falls over. Sound familiar? Those agile advocates in your organization – maybe you’re one of them – are right about the need for enterprise agility and the benefits it can deliver. But they’re probably wrong about how to get there.
One-size-fits-all solutions don’t work. In this session we’ll give focus on what’s different about enterprise agility, and why you should care. We’ll return the conversation to the principles, with a focus on lean product developments and how they can be applied to your enterprise. You’ll hear about a successful case study, and learn how they’re applying the build-measure-learn principle to their agile adoption. Finally, we’ll help you understand the culture you need to cultivate to make the changes stick.
Interested in more? Join us for an optional hour following this Round Table where we’ll close the day with some specific practices that you can use to begin your enterprise agile journey.
This event is for a select group of business and technology leaders to explore how to achieve continuous delivery at scale in the enterprise. Given the nature of this event, Round Table attendance is limited to one representative per company. Content will focus on concerns and solutions at the management and executive level.
When & Where
Northwest Cadence helps companies find an edge, create momentum, and improve processes through business and software modernization to realize extraordinary results. The Microsoft Cloud (Azure), Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), and the Cortana Intelligence Suite bring extraordinary capabilities to help solve common, persistent pain points in software delivery.
Discover what it takes to move your software application – and the people, processes, and culture surrounding it – from good to great.
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