If I've been involved with governing Agile projects, read Forbes articles about Agile and whatnot, how do I know if I *really* understand it? What are the criteria, from the point of view of an Agilist, that show that you “understand Agile”?
The digital and AI revolution is a process accelerating the emergence of new opportunities and threats in every market. This uncovers new strengths and exposes new weaknesses in your business all the time. I propose new goals for Customer-centric Agile Digital Transformation to face this fact.
What does it mean for a product to have Value? A product has a price, and there are plenty of methods to determine willingness to pay. How does that relate to how much Value a product creates? I continue my investigation of the concept of Value in this installment of the Measuring Value series.
If we want to claim that we are doing Value-based management, we have to be clear about what value is. The concept "Value" is one that has been intriguing me for a long time. It carries an obvious good vibe to it but its definition is rather fuzzy. I want to explore this concept in more depth.
There is tension between Value as accounted for on financial statements versus by customers, operations and product development. Inspired by this tension, I consider my own experience leading change, and try to lay foundations for a Value-Driven Change Manifesto.