Transformation at Scale
Transforming in the New Economy demands implementing Lean, Agile and DevOps concepts at scale.
The original approaches to small scale agile development have an emphasis on informality; form up some agile teams, endow them with autonomy and the ability to self-organise, and productivity results will spontaneously appear.
In small shops where everyone is genuinely in the same room, this works.
For large scale IT operations with long established hierarchies and divisional silos, it does not - as many organisations have learned to their dismay.
To operate at scale requires an understanding and recognition of the fundamental constraints in the system that are inhibiting better and faster outcomes, and then having a strategy and roadmap for determining and implementing a means to address them.
We are now at a level of maturity where we understand that the components of this transformation come from Lean, applied to IT, and are based around operating Agile and DevOps at scale, not as artisan work places.
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