Lean Change: Enabling Agile Transformation through Lean Startup, Kotter and Kanban: An Experience Report

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Abstract

Agile methods for software development and systems development has grown in popularity to the extent that larger organizations have been looking to adopt these methods at the enterprise level. Typically these adoption approaches are implemented as Agile Transformations and there has been mixed results in the successes and failures of these change initiatives. The change tactics used, and the specific methods chosen for adoption vary wildly depending on context. In a nutshell, the only certainty about large-scale agile transformation it is to expect uncertainty. This paper will provide an experience report on a new approach known as Lean Change which has adapted techniques designed to handle uncertainty from other domains to provide a framework for executing Agile Transformations more effectively.

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  • Alexis Hui

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