Why Do an Agile Transformation

  • Predictability: One of the most common goals we see organizations have for Transformation is actually predictability.
  • Quality: It’s common for quality to suffer when organizations scale and change.
  • Cost Savings: Agile won’t save costs if we’re too buried in work to achieve any cost savings.
  • Early ROI: Most organizations have long delivery cycles that prevent enough feedback to get to market sooner.
  • Product Fit: Delivering on time only matters if you’re making a product your customers need and want.
  • Innovation: As companies grow, sometimes they can lose the ability to innovate.

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