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Strategic Agile Transformation - Creating Organizations Capable of Intentional Reinvention

Feb 27, 2024

When 'Agile' emerged over 20 years ago, it was a revolutionary practice for software teams building complex real world systems.  Since then, agile principals have been extended to broader business and market challenges, like developing pioneering new digital products.  Today, the challenges faced by organizations have become even more demanding.  Deep disruptions are likely to happen, not just once, but over and over again.  

This environment is filled with exciting opportunities for organizations that have the ability to  build on their past success, and boldly reinvent themselves. Leaders need to drive bold change, before a crisis hits and people across the organization must believe in the need for disruptive change.   

This creates a need for a new generation of agile organizations.  They use the power of Ecosystem Innovation at an enterprise level to reimagine what the organization does and how the parts will work together in a new way.  It's an ambitious ask for agile thinking, but one that promises exceptional returns in a fast changing world.  

In this video, Dan McClure, explains why this level of reinvention is necessary.  He then outlines the major components of an enterprise agile transformation that delivers this strategic flexibility and reinvention.  

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