We belong to the bureaucratic 49.4% of all companies.
Can we achieve digital transformation this way?
Well, not everywhere. In IT development we’re already at an advanced stage. But in business and management, we’re still struggling!
From manager to creator
On a team level, we've already achieved a lot. 64.8% is running agile.
But how do I move from operational agility to strategic agility? Existing corporate culture and / or hierarchies (51%), overarching processes (13%), and the lack of customer involvement (8%) cause me pain!
Top and mid management in trouble?
This agility is slowly spreading! The initial effects on strategies, portfolios, and structures make me feel the change!
How can I master this personal transformation? Is it really just a mind-set, or am I missing something?
Head Agile Perspective
From agile rebel to agile executive?
Nino, you have a great reputation here and we owe you a lot! But the satisfaction with agile has been limited.
We're not sure if you're the right person to spread it further!
Reto, you are politically well-versed, well-connected, speak management's language, and you know how to break down structures and patterns.
Would you like to take over the agile transformation efforts from Nino? But pay attention to the objectives; they’re quite challenging!
Agile Rebell Nino
Agile Executive Reto
Testing has come to stay!
We have already experienced a lot, from professionalization to standardization and centralization in test factories.
Changes can't hurt us. Or can they?
Now many people only talk about DevOps. Is there still a need for Testing?
In any case, the investments are already shifting from Testing to DevOps.
Test Lead Luca
The BA / RE / PO Perspective
Discontinued model or hero of the future?
Thomas, we are currently mixing all possible roles and procedures! Nobody knows what to do or decide on anymore!
Don't you want to clarify this?
Yes, we are aware of how strongly the BA / RE role is changing. There is indeed a big wave of change coming towards you.
The DevOps Perspective
The «new kid on the block»
I guess I was promised too much. The companies don't seem to be that far yet.
Like DevOps, I'm new to the company. No wonder we're not yet properly organized.
It's now up to everyone to master the challenges of transformation and lead the company into the future. The transformation can only succeed together.