Optimize the value delivery system and shorten time-to-market.
Embrace organization-wide agility in order to quickly respond to market demands.
The foundational behaviors and abilities that, once in place, will lead to the development of agile outcomes. These capabilities are tangible and measurable, but may vary across an organization.
The organizational functions that come as a result of developing an agile mindset and fundamental agile capabilities within the organization. When agile outcomes are achieved, they then become the building blocks for achieving sustainable business outcomes.
The processes, techniques, roles, meetings, and systems that are recommended in popular agile frameworks like Scrum, Kanban and Scaled Agile Framework. These practices are the tools and building blocks that allow organizations to build specific capabilities needed to achieve desired agile and business outcomes. Path to Agility does prescribe specific practices and is agnostic to any specific agile framework.
Align the agile initiative with measurable business outcomes and define a clear transformation roadmap.
Agile Leadership Team. The ALT is a powerful guiding coalition that has the ability to drive change throughout the organization as needed. “A strong guiding coalition is always needed. One with the right composition, level of trust, and shared objective.” - John Kotter
Path to Agility outlines nine Business Outcomes to guide the results desired by organizations to succeed in the modern world. Organizations use these to customize their agile transformation strategy by prioritizing business outcomes to suit their needs.
Establish foundational agile practices and a culture of learning by empowering teams to take ownership of their work and process.
The three levels of Path to Agility are Team, System and Organization.
Path to Agility Navigator (P2ANav) focuses on building sustainable agility, not just “doing” Agile things. Unlike other assessment tools, Path to Agility Navigator goes beyond simply providing a snapshot of your current state. We show you exactly where to go next in your Agile journey, allowing teams to effectively manage your entire Agile transformation in one place.
Leadership develops a modern mindset, increases visibility throughout the organization, and creates alignment around vision, goals, and measurements of success for the organizational change.
P2A Index is used to provide suggested priorities based on a number of factors: Desired business outcome, current state (Latest assessment), and the dependencies mapped in P1A. The range is 0-99 with the higher value meaning achieving this capability will have a higher positive impact on your business outcome.
Path to Agility
A proven agile transformation approach designed to help guide organizations through their agile transformation journey. It helps organizations achieve specific business outcomes by providing a clear approach for identifying the capabilities needed for navigating change and the visibility needed to resolve obstacles and adapt along the path.
Value between 0 and 100 indicating amount of acceptance criteria met.
Maintain a predictable cadence of delivery, enabling organizations to make informed business decisions.
A color scale that indicates percent of acceptance criteria met. Acronym for Red Amber Green.
The five stages of Path to Agility are Align, Learn, Predict, Accelerate, and Adapt.
Collections of teams are coordinating and collaborating to achieve optimal flow in value delivery.
Teams successfully take on new roles, establish agile team practices, increase employee engagement, and achieve a sustainable, predictable cadence of delivering value.
A line indicating the general course or tendency of rating scores.
Actions identified to track impediments or improvements.