We’ve probably all been there at one time or another in our careers. We knew that change within our organisation had to happen. We were careful and we sought input before creating our plan. With careful consideration we built a plan that encompassed all our critical stakeholders; our budget was approved by management and our first critical new changes were implemented successfully.
Great first signs – right? But wait…our plan begins to die before it even takes off. Key stakeholders who appeared to be onboard are now complacent. And perhaps even worse, they are becoming large barriers to the success of the project.
Can it be turned around?
Implementing corporate change can be one of the toughest challenges for large organisations. Software development departments that want to scale their agile projects often run into this obstacle. The agile project that may have been extremely successful within a small team or department begins to crack and fall apart as the organisation attempts to scale Agile. Read More