When the Agile Manifesto was introduced in
2001, its authors had a vision for a better way to
develop software, one that prioritized people over
processes. Since then, agile methodologies have
been embraced around the world. Enterprise agile transformation is more than scaling agile practices—it requires that the entire company becomes laser-focused on delivering customer value and customer satisfaction. It also encompasses a complete overhaul of how an organization operates.
The "why" behind enterprise agile transformation, the risks of not undertaking transformation, and how failed transformations can be as challenging as not undertaking one at all. We will also explore how the C-suite can positively influence the speed and success of enterprise agile transformation by owning and driving the appropriate areas of the transformation: