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The Agile Coaching & Training that You Need On Your Journey To Agility!The Agile Coaching & Training that You Need On Your Journey To Agility!
Agile Frameworks - Agile Heat Mapping
Agile Heat Mapping is a technique where the location and maturation of Agile, lean techniques, frameworks, and best practices are mapped out and recorded across the organization. This provides visibility into pockets of Agility and allows for enhanced collaboration, learning, and sharing.
It also serves as a baseline for Horizontal Scaling. Horizontal Scaling refers to the spread of Agile approaches across the organization. Teams that are using Scrum, Kanban, various lean and agile techniques, and agile scaling and agile frameworks can be present within the same organization and yet they are oblivious to each other’s existence.
By mapping out the current state of organizational agility, progress can be tracked over time. As Agile pockets are discovered and teams push for greater increase in agility, they need to combine efforts in order to efficiently utilize resources and eliminate waste.
Radically Better Agile - Agile Heat Mapping
Agile Scaling - Value Stream Mapping
Value Stream Mapping is an activity in which the flow of work through the existing structure is laid out and sequenced. It is all-encompassing from product inception to product production. It helps make inefficiencies, waste, and bottlenecks visible, and highlights improvement opportunities that can lean out the value stream.
Value stream mapping can provide insight into organizational areas that would benefit from additional Agile infrastructure and scaling.
Vertical Scaling establishes infrastructure in the form of an Agile Framework to support development teams as they work. Vertical scaling provides alignment and structure to manage dependencies, resolve impediments, prioritize work, and align teams along the value streams. Without this type of infrastructure, the teams are less efficient at system level integration, have more hand-offs, and do not operate as a whole unit with the big picture in mind.
Agile Scaling - Frameworks
When to Scale?
Teams score high on the team agility scale
Dependencies are present between teams and need to be resolved
Teams aren’t able to complete work independently of supporting functions or departments
Organization has the courage, commitment, respect, openness and focus to tackle impediments
A popular framework within which networks of Scrum teams operating consistently with the Scrum Guide can address complex adaptive problems, while creatively delivering products of the highest possible value.