Why aren’t we getting results from our agile transition?

Neil Killick
Oct 18, 2018 · 7 min read
A lot of agile transitions are nothing but hot air being blown into a prostrate balloon

What am I looking for?

1. How much emphasis is put on early and often delivery of value for the customer

2. Frequency of working software

3. How useful (valuable) the released software is to those customers

4. How much emphasis there is on direct face-to-face communication and transparency of information

5. Whether teams (and managers) are continually “uncovering better ways”

6. Whether management and teams are focused on technical excellence and quality

7. Whether accountability is being put on teams for the above things, or for something else

8. Whether management is focused on creating an effective environment for software delivery through supporting and trusting the teams

How will I discover these patterns?

What will I need from the client?

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