About This Chapter
Adopting Agile in an Organization - Chapter Summary
If your organization is planning on adopting Agile in the workplace, show this Agile training chapter to your managerial staff. Containing short lessons and quizzes, this chapter examines the Agile scaling framework, the Agile governance process, continuous process improvement and more.
The chapter is accessible on any computer or mobile device, which allows you to assign the chapter to individual employees or use it during a training session. Our instructors can also answer any questions your supervisors may have about Agile adoption.
How It Helps
- Builds awareness: The chapter is designed to help supervisors become more aware of Agile scaling and improvement processes.
- Discusses Agile plans and models: Our short lessons outline various models and plans that are used in Agile.
- Helps with Agile adoptions: Supervisors who complete the chapter will learn how to properly adopt Agile in the workplace.
By the end of the chapter, your company's supervisors should be able to:
- Utilize various Agile scaling methods
- Describe the Agile governance model
- Explain the process of institutionalizing an Agile transformation plan
- Understand Agile's continuous process improvement
1. Scaling Agile: Methods & Framework
Traditional Agile methods like Scrum work well for five- to nine-person teams. In this lesson, we'll review some of the most popular Agile methods and explore frameworks aimed at adopting Agile for large organizations.
2. Agile Governance: Model & Process
This lesson discusses governance issues with the Agile project management framework. We'll look at what it means, then discuss the process and see a model for the process.
3. Institutionalizing the Agile Transformation Plan
How can you assure that your adoption of Agile business practices will succeed? This lesson explores embedding the need for change in the fabric of your organization's culture.
4. Continuous Process Improvement in Agile
The Agile process is built around constantly getting feedback, learning lessons, and making changes for the better. This continuous improvement is mostly seen in the product but can also be applied to the process. In this lesson, learn about continuous process improvement in Agile.
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