Are you planning to hire a consultancy company to start your Agile Transformation? If yes, you must read this post and do some homework first

When hiring an Agile Transformation Consultancy company it would be good to have clear why are you doing it, what do you expect to achieve with it in the business goals perspective and in the company culture too. Based on your goals and time to reach them, it would be great to organize an interview asking to the potential candidates their level of experience towards your specific context and goals. With those answers, you would be able to compare them in a matrix.
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Why should be an external consultant managing the Agile Transformation?

Some time ago, I discussed with a colleague about who should lead the Agile Transformation in an Organization: an internal colleague or an external expert consultant? He defended that it should be an external expert, empowered by the executives, who should lead his own suggested measures and supervise their execution in the field. I thought immediately, it should be known in the entire organization, the time for the execution and the transitory nature of this role. Once his mission is accomplished, he or she leaves the organization. But why it should be like that? Continue reading “Why should be an external consultant managing the Agile Transformation?”

Retrospective meeting – Simple techniques helping you to moderate the dialogue with the Team

Retrospective meetings are recurring meetings that will normally take place after the sprint review meeting. These are very important moments to make a team think about what can be improved. But sometime there are moments when the team is faced with some difficulties in dealing with problems.
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