On 19-20 April we will be delivering a one-off certification course in Auckland - Certified Agile Leadership, with international trainer and Certified Enterprise Coach Michael Sahota.
Your organisation may be looking to go through digital transformation. And by digital transformation I’m not talking about a routine project to automate a current manual process, but fundamental change to the way you deliver value to your customers or community through disruptive technologies such as social, mobile, analytics, cloud and internet of things (SMACIT).
As this Google Trends graph shows, internationally there has been a surge of interest in ‘digital transformation’ over the last year.
In my previous articles in this series I have spoken about my experiences helping a government development team improve their capability.
In the first article Introducing Agile in Government – part 1: Assessing current state I assessed current state and as a result decided on an initial course of action to implement Kanban, with the goal of:
In my previous post Introducing Agile in Government – part 1: Assessing current state, I introduced that I’ve been helping a government development team improve their capability. In that post I spoke about how I assessed the team’s current state and what I found. In this article I continue discussing the experiences during the work with a focus on implementing Kanban within the team.