5 edition of The agile organisation found in the catalog.
The agile organisation
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Simon Reay Atkinson, James Moffat.|
|Series||Information age transformation series|
|Contributions||Moffat, James, 1948-|
|LC Classifications||HD58.8 .A89 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005013433|
Aaron De Smet: Agility is the ability of an organization to renew itself, adapt, change quickly, and succeed in a rapidly changing, ambiguous, turbulent environment. Agility is not incompatible with stability—quite the contrary. Agility requires stability for most companies. Current Time Duration Time Stream Type LIVE. Agile Approaches on Large Projects in Large Organizations. Agile methods have taken software development by storm, but have been primarily applied to projects in what is referred to as the “agile sweet spot”, which consists of small collocated teams working on small, non-critical, green field, in-house software projects with stable.
Agile IT Organization Design: Why Digital Transformation and Continuous Delivery efforts need it. In order to scale Agile, it is not enough to just replicate development practices and techniques across teams. This highly recommended book provides a basis for reviewing and reshaping the IT organization to equip it better for the digital. To continue my with my book recommendations (check the five books every ScrumMaster should read, and five books Agile Leader shall read), I have several books here, I would recommend every Product Owner to ’s a mix which will help you to understand Agile Product Ownership, Discovery and delivery process in much broader perspective.
speed. We discuss limitations and boundary conditions of our thinking, offer a typology of agile organizations for further theoretical and empirical development, and observe a need for better operationalization of the agility construct. Keywords: agility, organizational change, organizational . Organizational Design goes beyond physical workspaces. How a company manages its people, assets, and resources also has a significant impact on how a company creates value. As we illustrated in Chapter 2, whether an organization optimizes for resources or flow (whether consciously or not) will have wide-ranging effects throughout the company.
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The Agile Organization focuses on how to build both agility and resilience at individual, team and organizational levels.
It draws on a wealth of research, including the lived experience and learning of managers and HR and organization development (OD) professionals to show how it is possible to 'square the circle', becoming more sustainably agile while also enhancing employee engagement and Cited by: 5.
Agile Business Management is a series of concepts and processes for the day-to-day management of an organisation.
As an Agile manager you need to understand, embody and encourage these concepts. By embracing and shaping change within your organisation you can take advantage of new opportunities and outperform your competition/5(5).
"In a fast changing and uncertain world, agility and resilience The agile organisation book the critical capabilities for organisations to be able to respond and adapt.
This book provides comprehensive coverage of the many factors that impact agility, from mindset and culture, leadership and engagement, to operating models, skills, practices and processes/5(1). “Agile IT Organization Design is an engaging, enlightening, and immensely practical book. While many authors have addressed Agile software development, very few have tackled the wider topic of the more systemic changes necessary to move from Agile software to an agile organization, and onwards to ‘digital transformation.’Cited by: 7.
The Agile Organization focuses on how to build both agility and resilience at individual, team, and organizational levels. Author Linda Holbeche puts the process of developing agile strategy, structures, and processes into the big picture context.3/5.
This book is written by James Shore, Shane warden. James Shore is Agile/XP Consultant and Coach from Portland, Oregon. Shane Warden is Director at LivingSocial.
He was also the Managing Editor of. Agile: 2 BOOKS IN 1. Agile Project Management + Scrum. The Ultimate Beginner's Bundle to Learn Step by Step Software Development. The book “Scrum: The Art of Doing Twice the Work in Half the Time” by Jeff Sutherland is one of the best agile books known for practical insights into project methodology.
This book helps in experiencing Scrum in real-time applications with emphasis on team interaction, continuous iterative improvement, and comprehensive accountability.
"In a fast changing and uncertain world, agility and resilience are the critical capabilities for organisations to be able to respond and adapt. This book provides comprehensive coverage of the many factors that impact agility, from mindset and culture, leadership and engagement, to operating models, skills, practices and processes/5(10).
Agile Estimating and Planning is the definitive, practical guide to estimating and planning agile projects. In this book, Agile Alliance cofounder Mike Cohn discusses the philosophy of agile estimating and planning and shows you exactly how to get Author: Collabnet Versionone.
What is an agile organization. The dominant “traditional” organization (designed primarily for stability) is a static, siloed, structural hierarchy – goals and decisions rights flow down the hierarchy, with the most powerful governance bodies at the top (i.e., the.
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Top 9 Books for Enterprise Agile Transformation. This book caters to all the members of a software organization. From automating, building, testing, integrating and deployment practices to improving collaboration amongst the individuals and risk management. This book covers modern agile testing activities for the enterprise.
These. Top Agile Books List of top agile books compiled by Jurgen Appelo. Scaling Lean & Agile Development: Thinking and Organizational Tools for Large-Scale Scrum by. Craig Larman. avg rating — ratings. score:and 3 people voted. The Agile Enterprise: Building and Running Agile Organizations by Mario E.
Moreira This work is another perfect way to become Agile. The author has delved into adapting the mindset and focused on implementing Agile practices from the stage of idea inception until delivering continuous value to customers.
My book, "The Age of Agile" was published by HarperCollins in and was selected by the Financial Times as one of the best business books of Author: Steve Denning.
Agile Business Management is divided into four domains, which each require change to the way your business operates. Chapter 1 looks at your role as Using a combination of first-hand research and in-depth case studies, Directing the Agile Organisation offers a fresh approach to business management, applying Agile processes pioneered in the IT /5.
Agile Organizations recognize that a shared understanding of how members collaborate on work is critical to success. It is impossible to create policies and procedures to address every issue that will arise.
Agile organizations leverage standardized ways of working to facilitate interaction and communication between teams, including the use of common language, processes, meeting formats, social-networking or digital technologies, and dedicated, in-person time, where teams work together for all or part of each week in the sprint.
For example, under General Stanley McChrystal, the US military. The approach towards an Agile Organization is unchartered territory for most enterprises Our research shows a huge variation in the perception of the ultimate target state in Agile Organizations.
In terms of agile methods, success factors and priorities for an Agile Organization, a concordant view has not yet been established. Designing the Agile Organization: Design Principles and Practices The design principles of organizational agility help IS organizations strike a sustainable balance between change and order.
Pursued collectively, they help CIOs and IS organizations adapt to multiple constituencies, multiple choices, changing demands, new services and high File Size: KB.“Agile IT Organization Design is an engaging, enlightening, and immensely practical book.
While many authors have addressed Agile software development, very few have tackled the wider topic of the more systemic changes necessary to move from Agile software to an agile organization, and onwards to ‘digital transformation.’File Size: 1MB.
Agile IT Organization Design book. Read 17 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. To gain the full benefits of agility in any software o /5.