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 ====== Mike Cottmeyer - The Executives Step-by-Step Guide to Leading Large-Scale Agile Transformation ====== ====== Mike Cottmeyer - The Executives Step-by-Step Guide to Leading Large-Scale Agile Transformation ======
  
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 A few years ago everyone wanted to know how to convince their executives to go agile. Today's executives are asking their teams how they'll get them there. While we have made significant progress changing the hearts and minds of senior leadership, executives have a fiduciary responsibility to the performance of their organizations. They demand a greater level of assurance that what you plan to do is actually going to work. Executives are sick and tired of being told to trust the team and that everything will be okay. Better than anyone, executives see the dysfunction in their organizations. They want line of sight to how agile is going to help them make things better. A few years ago everyone wanted to know how to convince their executives to go agile. Today's executives are asking their teams how they'll get them there. While we have made significant progress changing the hearts and minds of senior leadership, executives have a fiduciary responsibility to the performance of their organizations. They demand a greater level of assurance that what you plan to do is actually going to work. Executives are sick and tired of being told to trust the team and that everything will be okay. Better than anyone, executives see the dysfunction in their organizations. They want line of sight to how agile is going to help them make things better.
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 Execs think it can go faster because they think it is a training issues. It's not Reshaping the conversation What they should be asking Execs think it can go faster because they think it is a training issues. It's not Reshaping the conversation What they should be asking
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