Agile IQ: 49-92
Your overall Agile IQ® score puts you in Stage Two. Stage Two suggests that you are likely learning how to support self-managing, cross-functional, agile teams. This is where most companies start.
They become “agile” when the basics are truly mastered.
More than 1 month
Up to 30 days
It typically takes a company 1 year to reach Stage Two. Cost savings will start to come when the company moves into Stage Three.
Stage Two organisations are strongly invested in learning and focussing on getting the basics of their agile operating models right.
This stage is often called “Shu”. With a learning mindset combined with self-organisation, these two key areas are vital to seeing organisations improve their throughput, lowering costs, and reducing delivery risk through higher transparency.
Your Agile IQ® score shows that you may have both project teams and agile teams. Focussing on developing one will help yield faster time to market and lower costs.
Your Agile IQ® score suggests that while there is some agile growth across your company, there may still be some competing priorities holding you back.
Data on the fastest path to growth, based on other companies' successes and lessons learned, is key to avoid the traps of transformation
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