The Agile Manifesto was introduced in 2001 with the vision of prioritizing people over processes to develop software. Since then, agile methodologies have been widely embraced. Enterprise agile transformation requires more than just scaling agile practices; it demands that the entire organization becomes focused on delivering customer value and satisfaction, which entails a complete overhaul of the company's operations. Learn the reasons for enterprise agile transformation, the risks of not undertaking it, and how failed transformations can be as difficult as not doing it at all.
In this white paper, you will also discover how the C-suite can positively influence the speed and success of enterprise agile transformation by taking ownership of and driving appropriate areas of the transformation. This includes setting a direction through value alignment, owning the culture, establishing and refining organization metrics, creating and supporting talent and technology strategies, the role of the enterprise agile coach in supporting the C-suite on its agile transformation journey, and more.