Five dimensions for a successful scaled agile transformation

Within the past few years, agile development approaches have become increasingly popular. Originating in software development, agile methodologies are being introduced step by step into cyber-physical products. When used in traditional industries, the typical objectives of agile development are to increase customer value and flexibility, reduce time to market, provide a faster decision-making process and to reduce project complexity.

Selected approaches within the five dimensions
Figure 1: Selected approaches within the five dimensions of a successful scaled agile
transformation (Source: 3DSE agile transformation projects).

Agile methods and processes can easily be introduced in single projects with small team sizes. But, as we at 3DSE have discovered during various projects, organizations start to struggle when it comes to integrating an increasing number of agile working teams towards one common goal, for example, in a project, in a program or in any other organizational unit.

The reason is that many organizations understand “agile” as applying only to agile methods.

Author

Philip Kloibhofer, Senior Consultant 3DSE Management Consultants GmbH

Philip Kloibhofer

Philip Kloibhofer is a Manager and Practice Leader for “Innovation” at 3DSE Management Consultants GmbH in Munich. He has eight years of consulting experience in design, planning, and execution of R&D change programs. His core competencies lie in the area of organizational development, innovation methods and systems, as well as agile scaling and transformation. His industry focus is set on Automotive, Industrial and Aerospace & Defence.

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