Published on: Jun 30, 2023
Topics: STIA, Temenos, Enterprise Agility, Product Owner, Agile Manifesto, Business Teams, Clean Slate, Coaching, Cultural Advantages, Culture, Empathy, Engagement, Expectations, Experience, Impossible Goals, Influence, Influence Map, Learning, Teachers, Creativity, Innovation, Team, Executives, Implementation, Agile Release Train, IT services, Business Agility, Technical Agility, Team Agility, Agile Transformation, Scaledagile, LearningCulture
Next, we look into aligning Habits. Aligning habits when leading Scaling Agility is important for several reasons:
In summary, aligning habits when leading Scaling Agility promotes consistency, reinforces desired behaviors, enhances execution efficiency, supports continuous improvement, fosters team collaboration, aids change management, models leadership, and reinforces accountability and ownership. It establishes a solid foundation for the successful implementation and adoption of Scaling Agility within the organization.