San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
6:30 to 7:00 PM – Pizza and networking
7:00 to 8:30 PM – Taking Flight (Presented by Paul Boos)
I’ve been implementing a combination of many concepts into a transformation model that can work for a large organization, starting by helping the organization take ownership of what Agile means to them (personalizing it). This has been performed within the Federal space at varying levels and currently is being used to transform a large Agency.
I’ll present the differences between an Aspirational Model and an End-State Model and why an Aspirational Model is a better fit for Agile Transformations. From there, I’ll discuss different techniques for developing an Aspirational model and how to assess the current state of the organization and its people, and develop strategies and actions for the necessary change management to move towards the organizational Aspiration. The talk will discuss understanding progress and the conceptual change-in-progress limits that we must think of… and how to help the organization become more responsive to change. We’ll close with how to create feedback loops on progress for this change management.o:
Paul Boos is a Software Leadership Coach and Trainer with Santeon Group focused on Agile Transformation and improving organizational innovation an performance. He has a background in software project management/product development and consulting both in the private and public sectors as a Federal employee and a contractor. He started his career in Naval aviation telling pilots where to go requiring him to shorten his OODA loop and now enjoys several diversions from boardgaming to software development to gardening.
When & Where
ALN DC Chapter
Agile Leadership Network (ALN) Washington DC Area Chapter