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.
In The role of Scrum in digital transformation - part 1 I started my interview with our Certified Scrum Training partner Rowan Bunning of Scrum WithStyle. In that part Rowan responded to my questions on how prepared organisations are for digital transformation and whether Scrum helps organisations who need to make regular and fast change.
Everyone is talking about digital transformation and many organisations are making change to better prepare their organisations to take advantage or respond to our digital world. I was curious to find out how prepared organisations are to deliver digital transformation initiatives and how Scrum can help.
The challenge that many organisations face with the prospect of digital transformation is how to bend their existing legacy system or systems to meet the high expectations of today’s customers and communities.
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: