Despite the value and increasing importance of the digital sphere in business, terms like ‘digital transformation’ regularly come across more as generic buzzwords than anything else. People hear about the value of digital transformation without understanding its purpose, much less when or how to carry it out in practice.
Your digital transformation initiative or program of work can take on many shapes and forms, and there is, unfortunately, no single simple answer here.
As is often the case with popular ways of doing things, both Agile and DevOps are often treated as buzzwords, typically by organizations that want to enjoy the benefits but do not understand what either approach entails, let alone whether they would make suitable choices. So, what is Agile? What is DevOps? How are they different, and how can they complement one another?
Rather than being an alternative to Agile, Scrum is simply another iteration of the philosophy. So, what is it that makes it so distinct that people imagine it as being a competitor to the general Agile approach? And how do you decide if Scrum is right for you?
‘5 Quick & Effective Ways to Drive Success in any Digital Transformation Program’ saw attendees inquire about the value and impact of digital transformation on various industries, and in relation to several different frameworks.
Rather than simply treating it as a buzzword, it described elements that make up digital transformation, such as modernization, automation, and transformation initiatives, and how they all help companies achieve new heights of success.
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Unfortunately, human beings are, ultimately, creatures of habit. It’s certainly no different when it comes to our jobs. We prefer to have consistent processes we can stick to for the sake of saving time and keeping as focused. Regardless of how complex or senior an individual’s role may be, this rule will almost always apply in one form or another. As a result, resistance to change management initiatives can come from virtually anywhere.
There are differing ideas on what constitutes an ‘Agile framework’, not only between software and project management teams but also between organizations of different sizes, sectors, and so on. Because of this, whenever someone chooses to adopt Agile simply because of its prestige, it can be surprisingly easy to make a mistake.
Training has reached a new level thanks to e-learning, and employees can now earn certifications in creative and innovative ways. Yet, there is still misguided apprehension when it comes to participating in any method of learning, even one that has come such a long way from its initial application.