Is transformation a popular topic at your workplace? Firms have been attempting to transform for over a decade but often with little success.
Join us as we chat with Amber Haley, veteran Agile Coach and Product Leader, on how organizations can best achieve meaningful change as well as continued success via smart workplace-transformation.
Smart transformation is like tending flowers. The problem of unhealthy flowers are often not the issue of the flowers, but the environment they are in.-Amber
- Start with a pilot and measure quick wins.
- Gain leadership support and bring them along.
- Have a dedicated change driver, e.g. a transformation program manager.
- If you experience road blocks, examine your environment (flower analogy).
- Make the link between your team’s work as well as your company’s OKRs.
- A tool is essential for success – to build transparency and alignment.
Intro to Amber Haley:
Amber has been in the trenches of IT since 2003. Previously, her roles have extended from system design, to network engineering, to business analysis as an early adopter and coach of lean UX. In the past ten years, she’s been focused on building and scaling agile teams and organizations. Additionally, she’s known for using her boundless energy and sense of humor to advocate for fearless change in organizational redesign and transformation.
She is a specialist in agile practice coaching, process-hybridization, and is also deeply in-tune with what makes for excellence at every step of the PDLC from strategy to implementation. Working for international enterprises like Tomtom and German, agile heavyweight Immobilienscout, Amber is also an expert on transformation and what can turn a transformational rollout to agile into a smoking crater.
Thank you Amber for joining us in this virtual chat!
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