BY| February 15, 2016
Most Agile frameworks reach their limits when one wants to “agilize” more than a few teams, let alone when one wants to achieve real agile collaboration of several hundred people across the organization. The main problem is that most agile methods focus on team-level performance. In the best case, you don’t see any improvement, in most of the cases it is getting worse. Local optimization leads to global sub optimization! But what does this mean? And how can you increase agility beyond the team?
Klaus answers these questions in this webinar and he also presented a case study where he improved agility of an organization with 200 involved people without bothering teams in their daily work.
Klaus Leopold is a computer scientist with many years of experience in helping organizations from different industries on their improvement journey with Lean and Kanban. A Brickell Key Award winner, Klaus’ main interest is agility beyond team level, especially in large projects and programs from 30 to 500 people. You can find Klaus on Twitter at @klausleopold