Value Streams and Its Importance in Transformation

About the Webinar

Many traditional organizations have teams specialized and organized based on technology and functional skills. Specializing in technology thus was deemed to deliver value faster and resulted in a lot of local optimization focused on technology or each functional team’s output. However, mastering the structure is still perceived as difficult and slow.

When transforming for agility at scale, it is important to understand how the organization is set up to deliver value for its customers. A strategy needs to be built that improves collaboration with real users and removes hand-offs. The focus needs to be on value delivery, reduction of waste and continuous improvement.

So as part of the key transformation strategy, it is absolutely important to understand what triggers the value flow, the steps that are involved in the creation of value, and how the organization benefits from the value generation.

About the Speaker

Preeth Pandalay is a well-known Agile consultant and trainer in India and many South East Asian countries. He is an executive turned coach with experience and expertise in software engineering, program management and of succeeding at organizational agility. He has been an integral part of development teams and also a scrum coach/master in large and distributed organizations, as well as co-located smaller startups.

Backed with 20+ years learning of software engineering practices that enable value based delivery and consistent quality, he now aids companies with their agile transformation.

Preeth, who is a SAFe Program Consultant and a Professional Scrum Trainer, believes that the success of any transformation is deeply rooted in collaboration and a discovery mindset and that all transformational investments should be done with a focus on ways to enable and empower people.

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