Common Agility Transformation Tracks: Types & Roadmap


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Jim's company is in the process of an agile transformation. As part of their transformation process, they are decentralizing the decision-making functions of the organization, changing their project scheduling model to a rolling (rather than fixed) cycle, and using light-weight project plans. Which agile transformation track is characterized by these actions?

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1. Which of these groups is an example of a traditional, homogeneous team?

2. Sadee is the accounts receivable manager for an equipment rental company. Recently, she has been told that she will not longer be evaluated on an annual performance review. Instead, she is given a list of outcomes (i.e., 80% of accounts receivable cleared in 0-45 days) but is also told that she can achieve those outcomes any ethical and legal way she determines. This is consistent with a:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This fun quiz and worksheet is designed to test your knowledge of agile transformation tracks. The quiz consists of five multiple-choice questions that will ask you about the different types of transformation tracks, teams, templates and values that are used in business agility.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To pass the quiz, you'll need to answer questions about:

  • Types of agile transformation tracks
  • Homogenous teams
  • Values of certain transformation tracks
  • Agile templates

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure you draw the most important information from the related lesson on agility transformation tracks and their roadmaps
  • Knowledge application - apply your understanding of agile transformation tracks to answer questions about their values and more
  • Information recall - access knowledge you've gained regarding homogenous teams

Additional Learning

Common Agility Transformation Tracks: Types & Roadmap, is a related lesson that offers a thorough overview of the applications of these agile tracks. Studying this lesson can help you:

  • Define the concept of 'trickle-down agility'
  • Describe the purpose of cross-functional teams
  • Recognize effective agile roadmap objectives