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Evolving the Agile Organisation

Influencing Behaviour. Secondary Factor.


Organisations need to learn fast and respond quickly to market conditions in the Digital Age. Evolving the Agile Organisation includes concepts and tools for measuring and enabling business agility through Evidence-Based Management (EBM). It also examines the importance of organisational design and culture, which includes human factors, processes, and structures in the organisation that can promote or inhibit agility.

Key Focus Areas

Organisational Design and Culture

Traditional organisations are often structured around Taylorism and mass production concepts in response to simple problems. Complex problems require a different way of organising. This focus area describes the fundamental differences of an agile organisation; namely its structure, culture, and design. 


Encouraging Team Work

How do you help members of the team to be mutually committed to the goals and to

Management Commitment

Servant Leadership

Build stronger teams through prioritising and serving the greater good.

Building Capability

Working as a team

A team charter is a document that is developed in a group setting that clarifies team


Template: Team Skills Matrix

A skills helps make the team’s capability transparent and assists with resource planning, succession planning, and

Portfolio Planning

For many large organisations, work is being undertaken in the context of a broader portfolio. That portfolio could be a product, system, value stream, supply chain, or even a program. This focus area describes what agile portfolio planning looks like; its characteristics, principles, and associated practices. 


Sprint Planning – Why

How does a Product Owner facilitate discussion on the value needed from the upcoming Sprint?

Facilitation Guides

Backlog Refinement

Getting on top of your Product Backlog is a key element of improved agility


Daily Scrum

Inspecting progress toward the Sprint Goal empowers a team to adapt its Sprint Backlog


Sprint Review

Go beyond a demo and inspect the increment to get feedback on the direction for the



Inspect the team – people, process and tools – and decide on improvement actions

Facilitation Guides

The Sprint

Sprints are the heartbeat of Scrum, where ideas are turned into value.

Evidence-Based Management

A fundamental element of Scrum is empirical process; the idea that complex problems require real experience to effectively plan and deliver value. Evidence-Based Management (EBM) is a set of ideas and practices that describe broad measurement areas used to provide an effective, empirical, and value-based approach to any product. 

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