As long-time competitive advantages disappear, astute executives and change agents know they must achieve true agile transformation. In Unlocking Agility, Jorgen Hesselberg reveals what works, what doesn’t, and how to overcome the daunting obstacles.Distilling 10+ years of experience leading agile transformation in the enterprise, Hesselberg guides you on jumpstarting change, sustaining momentum, and executing superbly on customer commitments as you move forward. He helps you identify appropriate roles for consultants, optimize organizational structures, set realistic expectations, and measure against them. He shares first-hand accounts from pioneering transformation leaders at firms including Intel, Nokia, Salesforce.com, Spotify, and many more.
• Balance building the right thing, the right way, at the right speed
• Design a holistic transformation strategy using five dimensions of agility: Technology, Organizational Design, People, Leadership, and Culture
• Promote agile skills, knowledge, and abilities throughout your workforce
• Incorporate powerful leadership models, including Level 5, Teal, and Beyond Budgeting
• Leverage business agility metrics to affect norms and change organizational culture
• Establish your Agile Working Group, the engine of agile transformation
• Define operating models and strategic roadmaps for unlocking agility, and track your progress
You already know agile transformation is essential. Now, discover how to customize your strategy, execute on it in your environment, and achieve it.
About the Author
Jorgen Hesselberg is cofounder of Comparative Agility, a leading agile assessment and continuous improvement platform. A proven thought leader of numerous successful enterprise transformation efforts since 2009, Jorgen provides strategic guidance, executive counsel, and coaching to some of the world’s most respected companies both as an internal change agent and an external consultant. He has trained thousands of people on agile and Scrum, disruptive innovation, and enterprise transformation strategy.
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