Success at Scale: It’s Hard, But Achievable

October 16, 2019
A majority of the Fortune 500 companies still follow Waterfall under the Agile umbrella. Rather than data-driven, they're process and ticket driven. Although they embraced digital transformation 2-3 years ago, they haven’t been successful in implementing this across their entire organization. Why? The Pivotal CSO team has been fortunate enough to make this dream a reality for some of those enterprises. A simple methodology. Start small → Quick wins at the project level → Tackle the portfolio/line of business → Learn more and impact further → Scale to organizational level From this session, you’ll walk away with 5 proven steps: -Identify the motive/ambition and the most impactful team within the organization -Start small and refine -Build the Alpha team -Set up the Transformation hub -Develop cookbooks, recipes, patterns, and buckets -Measure the impact -Scale at the portfolio level -Continuously improve, refine, and spread this to other portfolios Learn more: https://pv.tl/2OZbK74 Speakers: Katie Tole, Associate Director, Ernst & Young; Aniruth Parthasarathy, Regional Director - Application Services, Pivotal; Felicia Schwartz, Regional Director Application Services, Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2019 SlideShare: https://www.slideshare.net/Pivotal/success-at-scale-its-hard-but-achievable
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