Non-Agile to Agile world – what to do and what NOT to do!
The talk aims at providing that much needed guidance on what is that winning formula which is adopted by multiple organizations around the world when it comes to change management. Particularly what to take into account when your navigation is from a completely traditional way-of-working to a better, faster and Agile way-of-working?
Here is what you can expect to see in the talk:
1. Why change? What is that compelling reason?
2. What is the right framework – is it needed to be Agile? Why?
3. What will define the guardrails and eventually the success of the transformation / change?
4. How do you report the journey of the change? What is the element of transparency needed?
5. Inspect-and-Adapt – what are the mechanisms?
Short profile indicating subject matter expertise:
Meghana is a PRODUCT MANAGER | PROGRAM MANAGER | PMO | AGILE COACH | SAFE PROGRAM CONSULTANT (SPC SAFE 5) | MANAGEMENT 3.0 | SPEAKER
• Meghana is a seasoned IT Professional with rich experience in multiple on-shore / off-shore diverse global teams and roles in PMO. Strong experience in agile transformation in large, matrix, geographically dispersed and virtual teams.
• Meghana has been leading several strategic transformation initiatives playing an integral role in internalizing Agile Coaching and formulating a standard assessment to ascertain Agile Process Maturity. Noteworthy of these include leading DevSecOps optimization and Lean Portfolio Implementations as Product Owner for Enterprise Agile Coaching. Involved in new process formulation as well as process redesign.
• Well versed in modern software development practices (Agile Software Engineering, XP, TDD, CI/CD, Domain-Driven Design), Meghana is also an experienced SAFe Program Consultant with successfully transforming the organization to launch agile release trains and training close to 1000 participants in various Scaled Agile Framework workshops.
• Meghana has authored articles and presentations on Agile Frameworks in high profile conferences and events.