Why Agile Is Failing in Large Enterprises

Why Agile Is Failing in Large Enterprises
Why Agile is Failing in Large Enterprises by Mike Cottmeyer

Check out the video below of Mike Coottmeyer presenting on “Why Agile is Failing in Large Enterprises” at Washington DC Scrum User Group (DCSUG). Mike explores why so many large-scale agile transformations are struggling. Some have failed. Others can’t figure out why things aren’t working after multiple attempts. It’s easy to blame the people, the process, and the culture. And it’s especially easy to blame management. However, the underlying problem is that most large organizations weren’t built to be agile. You need a way to safely and pragmatically refactor your company into an organization that can adopt agile and sustain the transformation. Mike introduces a framework for understanding the type of company in which you work, its delivery constraints, and likely challenges you’ll face in your agile transformation. Mike shares a strategy for establishing an end-state vision and operational model to guide your transformation. Finally, he defines an approach for incrementally introducing change, measuring outcomes, and sustaining those changes.

Why Agile is Failing in Large Enterprises by Mike Cottmeyer