ARISE - Scale
“Wisdom may best arise from a humbling reality”. – Michael Leunig
Here responsibility is to train the Squads and coach them on a consistent and proper application of the principles of Agile. We continuously coach them to improve their way of working. The way to scale on quality, quantity and overall agility.
- Accompany change at all levels of the organization and measure the acquired experience in a continuous improvement perspective
- Participate to pre-selling phases of digital transformation assignments
- Contribute to Agility development internally (training of new employees, collaboration with other offices as well, experience feedbacks) and externally (publications, conferences…)
- Coach multiple Agile teams in a program or at a location.
- Foster an Agile culture:
- Create an environment of trust where it is safe to challenge, experiment, and fail without fear.
- Promote continuous improvement at the team level for all functions.
- Foster continuous collaboration; continuously collaborate and communicate across all functions supporting Agile team execution.
- Foster cooperation in experimentation and adopting new techniques.
- Be an advocate in adopting Agile best practices and processes; support and contribute to sustainable Agile practices within.
- Act as a galvanizing force for sharing Agile knowledge across the organization:
- Lead Agile education at the team level.
- Support Agile education within the team, reinforcing practices and renewed adoption.
- Train individuals in Agile techniques.
- May deliver Agile workshops.
- Conduct ad-hoc Agile training with anyone.
- Ensure and develop solid educational content for a sustainable Agile institution .
- Collaborate with Education to design and execute training classes to ensure currency of Agile training.
- Fulfillment of all the responsibilities of a Scaling Agile.
- Perform agility health checks to point out bottlenecks in the processes and in the cooperation within the team
- Together find the growth plan for entire portfolio, program or simply say a bigger group