In today’s highly dynamic and competitive business climate, companies are adopting agile approaches that focus on delivering value to their customers fast. Kenny & Company works with clients to transform their organization at the individual team level all the way through scaling up to the enterprise level.
Selected Agile Transformation Case Studies
Many of our clients are currently engaged in agile transformations within their technology or business organizations. They are finding it is more than just holding daily scrum meetings and executing sprints. Adopting lean and agile thinking where teams are self-managing, cross-functional and value focused and where leaders adopt a servant mindset requires real cultural change. At Kenny & Company, we have certified agile leaders that have helped both coach and advise clients in the transformation as well as lead execution of agile practices.
Agile Adoption in Healthcare Analytics Projects
Our client is a highly recognized health system of inpatient care, outpatient health centers, medical groups and virtual care services. With the increased demand for clinical performance analytics and Value Stream Metrics (VSM) projects, our client’s Clinical Business & Analytics organization engaged with Kenny & Company to improve the management, visibility and communication of strategic data analytics projects.
Agile Project Implementation
Our client is an Enterprise Software company in the insurance industry implementing their policy automation solution – workflow management, forms, content delivery and customer relationship management at a key customer. Projects at this customer have historically presented various challenges including the following:
Selected Agile Transformation Points of View
Seven Insights: Keeping SAFe Agile
The Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) is the recognized approach for scaling Agile practices to the enterprise level.
Seven Insights: Agile and Waterfall Working Together
More and more companies are shifting from traditional Waterfall practices (milestone, phase-gate based) to agile practices (iterative, continuous value delivery based). Purists believe that you must choose one over the other.
Using Agile Methods for Enterprise Software Implementations
Thirty-five percent of IT departments follow agile delivery methods, according to Forrester. No, they’re not just following iterative methods and calling it agile, but a little over twenty percent are and only thirteen percent are still following a waterfall method, including the famed CMM.