Tag Archives: Organizational Context

Enablement Analysis by Example – Offshore Outsourcing

Today we are going to illustrate some key aspects of enablement chain analysis on a specific example: software development outsourcing, more specifically — its offshore variant. This is a particularly useful exercise as besides its utility to exploring the power of enablement chains, it will also shed some light on outsourcing-related issues; something many organizations… Read More »

Podcast: Organizational Factors that Influence Lean-Agile Transformation – with Andrew Long

Had a pleasure to talk to Andrew Long this time. Andrew is a managing agile consultant with LitheSpeed (www.lithespeed.com). I was waiting long for this conversation to happen (yes, pun intended!). We talked about key factors that influence organizational agility and flow, the disconnects between the actual state of those factors (that include important structural… Read More »

No Single Answer: How Organizational Context Impacts Lean-Agile Transformation

Every transformation effort that does not take into account the unique organizational context is destined to stagnation. Join Alex Yakyma and Audrey Boydston to learn more about how to use organizational context to your advantage as a change agent and coach. As part of their webinar they will discuss the following topics: • What makes… Read More »