Agile IQ® metrics reflect a stage of maturity in your digital transformation. This maturity model is:
Agile IQ® metrics reflect a stage of maturity in your digital transformation.
Reflects the behaviours that are strongest, not a checklist of actions.
Ensures the advice is up-to-date and based on the latest scalable and repeatable best practice.
Metrics are useless without a "so what, now what". Each stage details what others have done successfully to do to grow and sustain your investment in your digital, agile transformation.
In Stage One, companies are focus on:
Delivery in Stage One organisations depends on talented people, but because skills are embedded in specific individuals, a company’s agility isn’t yet scalable and success isn’t repeatable.
In Stage Two, companies are focus on:
Stage Two organisations are strongly invested in learning and focussing on getting the basics of their agile operating models right.
In Stage Three, companies are focus on:
Stage Three organisations start showing higher levels of productivity, transparency and quality. They typically advance to even higher levels of effectiveness when they learning advanced patterns and practices such as DevOps, Design Thinking, Kanban to optimise for flow, and Lean to reduce waste.
In Stage Four, companies are focus on:
Stage Four organisations are high performers. Their teams regularly show consistent high throughput at a high level of quality and sustainable pace. It shouldn’t be unusual for their teams to double their throughput when the type of work is consistent over a few months.
In Stage Five, companies are focus on:
Stage Five companies are global leaders. They have an aggressive focus on the customer and their needs and making rapid decisions through their network of team over the hierarchy. Stage Five teams have a ‘systems thinking’ mindset and operate to optimise the whole value stream.
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