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Agile at Scale Podcast

Agile at Scale Podcast

We live in an age of disruption. A time when entire industries can be upended by a single, thinly staffed start-up. With customers demanding near-constant innovation and the concept of brand loyalty on the wane, more and more executives are wondering if making an entire company an Agile enterprise is how to not just thrive but survive.

Dr. Jeff Sutherland and Darrell Rigby explore this question in the cover story of the May-June issue of the Harvard Business Review. Together, the co-authors mine their decades of experience, research, and understanding to fill the article with expert insights and relevant case studies.

In this podcast, Host Tom Bullock talks with both men about their article. Sutherland and Rigby also delve deeper into how executives can scale agile across an organization. They discuss everything from budgeting and compensation, to common pitfalls, and keys to a successful implementation.  

Jeff Sutherland is the co-creator of Scrum and founder of Scrum Inc.  

Darrell Rigby is a partner with Bain and Company and head of its Global Innovation Practice.  

 

 

Agile at Scale Supplemental - Agile Teams

Co-authors Jeff Sutherland and Darrell Rigby begin their Harvard Business Review cover story with this acknowledgment, “By now most business leaders are familiar with agile innovation teams.”

Most, but not all.

This supplemental edition of the Agile at Scale podcast is all about the teams. But not just an explanation of the basics. Host Tom Bullock asks Jeff Sutherland and Darrell Rigby to explain the latest thinking about agile teams.

 

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