Principal Consultant-Advisory, ThoughtWorks
Elephants can dance: two contrasting transformation
Of all the organisations that have so far attempted to be Agile, only few have truly succeeded. The primary reasons for lack of success appears to be a lack of understanding of the difference between Agile adoption and transformation, failing to understand that Agile is a mindset and not a collection of processes, and that transformation has to do with significant changes to the organisational ecosystem. Evidence is also available that companies have found it much harder to do Agile transformation as compared to Agile adoption.
In this talk, Sunil Mundra will showcase two contrasting case studies, one a failure and the other a success in Agile transformation, to bring out the key variables that determine success or failure. Sunil will offer practical recommendations on enablers for successful Agile transformation.
About Sunil Mundra
Sunil Mundra is a Principal Consultant at ThoughtWorks specialising in Agile and Lean transformations. He has over 29 years of experience, including 18 years in IT. He is the author of the book Enterprise Agility – Being Agile in a Changing World.
Sunil has experience working alongside some of the world’s largest enterprises, enabling them to tackle their most urgent business challenges through enhancing and sustaining agility. He is passionate about working with organisations for whom IT is a critical enabler for their business and helping them delight their customers and employees through the adoption of Agile and Lean principles. He has worked closely with senior leaders to define and execute enterprise wide change programs.
Prior to joining ThoughtWorks, Sunil held senior client-facing roles in global IT companies and also has extensive leadership experience in startups.
As an Agility evangelist, Sunil has shared his knowledge on stage at over 25 conferences across five continents.
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