Agile + DevOps East 2020 Concurrent Session : Experiment Driven Transformation

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 1:15pm to 2:15pm

Experiment Driven Transformation

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The workshop will be laid out in the following manner: Using a poll, we will explore the ways that agile transformations are rolled out and managed today C2 CONCEPTS & C3 CONCRETE PRACTICE (50 MINUTES) Invariably we discover that agile transformation is about organizational change in order to achieve long lasting agility and specific business results. In this section we explore the question that follows: How do we truly transform an organization including its culture and mindset to achieve organizational agility? The key question that allows us to select the best approach is: Where does the process of transforming organizations fit in the spectrum of process complexity (Stacey Matrix)?. Is changing organizations a simple, complex, or anarchic process? If it is a complex process, can we change organizations in a waterfall manner? With project plans, assessments, pre-determined steps, and set team pilots? Or is a more empirical process based on experiments required? Through a series of exercises we will cover:

1. Simple vs. empirical process - What’s the big deal?
2. Truly Breaking News - Organizational Transformation is a Complex Process
3. How do we Start?
4. Designing Experiments
5. Guided Experiments

Laisa-Almeida
Inspira Agile

Laisa de Almeida is an experienced servant leader currently working with Scrum and Kanban teams in Florida. She helps organizations, teams and individuals on their journey to Agility. Laisa has an undergraduate in Accounting and an MBA. She started her career in technology as a Business Analyst in the waterfall world. In 2012, she was introduced to Scrum and the Agile community as a Product Owner. From then on, she has been an enthusiastic adept of Agile. AgStar, Pearson, IDEXX, Planet Fitness, Graham Media Broadcasting, Thomson Reuters, UHG WellMed, HealthAxis, Citibank and PwC are among the companies she has served. Laisa enjoys staying in touch with the Agile community and participated in numerous conferences and user group events as volunteer, attendee and speaker. In her spare time, she enjoys the beach, music and travel. Chocolate, tea and margaritas are her favorites.