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  • Uncovering Sustainable and Scalable Solutions for Digital Transformations

    Using the term “digital transformation” limits our change approach to traditional linear management techniques which are ineffective in dealing with today’s organizational complexity. We need to focus on understanding the context and the organization’s inner working to come up with sustainable and scalable solutions for organizational change.

  • DOES London: RBS' Jennifer Wood on Conquering the Abyss and Rebirth

    Jennifer Wood’s talk, ‘Our Heroes’ Journey to Agility’, opened the proceedings at this year’s DevOps Enterprise Summit in London. Wood first spoke at the conference last year, with her ‘The Art of Scaling Agile and DevOps’ and took the opportunity to build on the journey she is witnessing at RBS in her role as chief operating officer.

  • How ThoughtWorks Applied User Centered Design to Drive Digital Transformations

    At Agile India 2019, ThoughtWorks presented how design thinking enabled various industries to disrupt their technology and their business model. Product and technology teams need to interact differently and develop new customer centric skills. Based on how user centricity is changing business models and organizations, ThoughtWorks proposed a new version of the Agile Manifesto.

  • Agile in Higher Education: Experiences from The Open University

    Universities need to embrace an agile and product mindset, as they are grappling with hypothesis-driven development of new kinds of products and services of which they understand very little, for users whose behaviours and needs they little understand, said Matthew Moran. He presented applying the agile mindset, principles and practices for online course development at Aginext 2019.

  • The Five Principles of Very Fast Organizational Transformations (VFOT)

    The five principles of Very Fast Organizational Transformations (VFOT) are principled, time-boxed, whole-system, inviting and everyone at once. They are based on open source and open space foundational and proven theories and practices. Combined to form a cohesive transformative strategy, they guaranty the speed of any transformation because they are inclusive, empowering and transparent.

  • Capital One Banks on Open Source to Scale Innovation

    In 2012, Capital One was 100% Waterfall, had manual processes and out-sourced their commercial technology. In six years, the bank realized their DevOps transformation supported by their open source adoption. They established a rigorous open source strategy that enabled them to transform their technology and innovation DNA.

  • Lean and Agile Transformation at Banco BPI

    After adopting Scrum, Banco BPI came to lean in an iterative way, by doing things that made sense to them in their context. Their goal is to bring parties closer together to optimise the whole system and avoid micro-optimisations. Your own context and needs must guide you, don't wait to have the perfect answer, but iterate relentlessly and take small steps is what they learned.

  • What Can We Learn from the Digital Natives Using Lean

    Fabrice Bernhard, co-founder and CEO of Theodo UK, presented "what lean can learn from digital natives" at Lean Digital Summit 2018. Digital natives are familiar with the lean startup and agile practices. They go further by combining Agile with the Toyota Production System which enables them to experiment with ideas, spread innovations, and scale fast.

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