Enterprise Agility Generates 30% Higher Profits

“An overwhelming majority of executives (88%) cite organisational agility as key to global success. Other studies support this idea as well: research conducted at MIT suggests that agile firms grow revenue 37% faster and generate 30% higher profits than non-agile. Yet most companies admit they are not flexible enough to compete successfully.” This is from […]

    The Ambidextrous Organization

    The Agile community has struggled to find a model for transforming large organizations to an Agile approach to software delivery and face a more daunting struggle in striving towards enterprise agility. Should we strive to convert everyone in a large organization to Agile? If not, what parts should be converted and which left to their […]

      Stop “Doing” Agile and Start “Being” Agile: Accelerating Enterprise Agility

      A series of briefings on Enterprise Agility and Adaptive Leadership. Philadelphia April 26, Atlanta April 27, New York City April 28.

        A New Home in Florida

        After 20+ years living in the West–Salt Lake City, Utah and Flagstaff, Arizona–we decided to move back to Florida and have recently settled in Venice. Venice is about half-way between Tampa and Ft. Myers on the Gulf coast and about 20 minutes south of Sarasota. Enjoying the sun & sand, but having to get used […]

          IT’s Changing Value Proposition

          The MIT Center for Information Systems Research issued a very interesting research briefing last December titled “The IT Unit of the Future.” Nearly 90% of respondents to this study indicated that IT’s value proposition would change in the next 3-5 years. Part of the study, developed from interviews with 50 CIOs, identified four IT value […]