Conventional Risk Frameworks Are Not Attuned To The “Hidden Risks Of Transformation” By Haydn Shaughnessy and Fin Goulding Can there be such a thing as an agile risk management function? The question is deeply important because competitive conditions are forcing more and more companies into agile and digital transformations. Risk management could have a key enabling … Continue reading The Agile Risk Manager
I just returned today from my second assignment with our client in New York. No Spotify model, no "unsafe" scaled agile frameworks or resource heavy PowerPoint decks. Just straight forward customised artefacts designed to deliver real business agility. The best thing of all was to see a tweet from the CIO (our sponsor) letting everyone … Continue reading Time to Flow
Any group of people discussing “agile methodologies” would have a hard time agreeing on what the term means. For some, it is simply the adoption of Scrum or a scaled version of it. Along with that definition goes the hiring of agile coaches who are often “scrum certified”. Going up the food chain in agility … Continue reading Will The Real Business Agile Please Stand Up!