When we start as Scrum Masters we have a lot in our plate just focusing on the team, and their deliveries. However, over time, we identify obstacles to the team’s work that are coming from the organization’s lack of adoption. In this Episode we describe a model (AgilityLadder.nl) that describes two types of Agile adoption. The IT value perspectives, and the Business value perspective. Jens uses this model to help identify possible obstacles to the team that come from the wider organization.
About Jens Broos
Since 2011 Jens Broos helps building successful projects for customers of Mayflower in Munich. Studying computer and media science and being a boy scout for many years helps him understand the technical, organizational and social challenges of agile software development. As an Agile Coach he is guiding co-located and distributed teams to set up agile processes, building trust and self-organising. His passion is to bring people together to enable collaboration.
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3 thoughts on “Jens Broos on Business agility and the Agility Ladder”
Thank you for creating and sharing this podcast. I mainly focused on non-IT environments when dealing with Scrum methods. It’s good to hear other perspectives for once.
Hi Annick, thanks for the remark. It is true that we have a lot of people from a Software background. But you just gave me an idea: Do a few interviews with non-software scrum masters! 🙂 Thanks for the inspiration! Are you willing to participate in that project?
Hey Annick, you may also want to check this post: https://scrum-master-toolbox.org/2018/04/podcast/petr-holodnak-on-applying-scrum-in-an-old-world-industrial-company/
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