About this blog on Agile at Scale, Leadership, Innovation, Coaching and Change Management

Dashicons Quote Mark When the wind of change blows, some build walls, while others build windmills.

Chinese saying

The purpose of this blog is to share my experience since 2010 as I have been deploying and leading transformations on Lean, Agile and Agile at Scale. Here are the topics covered:

About my experience on Lean, Agile, Continuous Delivery and Agile at Scale transformations

After more than 10 years in a major consulting company delivering IT projects and consulting missions in this area, I had the opportunity to support all the phases of an Agile transformation in a major bank in France since 2010.

The scope of the transformation is 7500 IT people worldwide plus the related client interface (Product Owner, Product Management Team). The worldwide split of staff is the following: about 50% of the staff is in France, 40% in Bangalore and the other 10% split over several locations, the main ones, New-York, London and Hong-Kong.

All started with the warm up of the implementation of Lean Management, then:

  • The foundations of Agile,
  • The Continuous Delivery with:
    • more Agile on business side and a better management of value,
    • deployment of technical practices: Craftsmanship and DevOps,
  • Then the current phase with Agile at Scale.

  Note that Agile at Scale is not just spreading Agile over the organization. Firstly, each department is transformed in order to have teams aligned and cadenced on the same business objectives. Secondly, transversal activities like budgeting and planning are transformed to embrace Agile principles.

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