Enterprise Agility

Assessment Template Details

Lean Agile Intelligence

Enterprise Agility

Enterprise Agility is a framework agnostic assessment template that focuses on the mindset, leadership, and practices needed to rapidly respond to market conditions and optimize the delivery of value. Influenced by Agile and Lean thought leaders from all over the globe.

Ideal for

This template is ideal for cross-functional leaders of a unit, organization, or enterprise.

Source Reference

Works of thought leaders that influenced the Practice and associated Agility State Criteria Statements.

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Questions/Practices by Practice Dimension

Value Driven

• Enterprise Customer Engagement
• Enterprise Product Centric
• Enterprise Strategy


• Safety Within the Team


• Enterprise Agile Architecture
• Enterprise DevOps
• Enterprise Focus on Quality


• Enterprise Agile Teams
• Enterprise Capacity Management
• Enterprise Decision Making
• Enterprise Deliverable Size
• Enterprise Funding
• Enterprise Impediment Management
• Enterprise Organization Structure
• Enterprise Technology and Tools
• Enterprise Transparency of Work


• Enterprise Agile Coaching
• Enterprise Agile Training
• Enterprise Continuous Improvement
• Enterprise Innovative Mindset
• Enterprise Metrics
• Enterprise People Development


• Enterprise Accountability
• Enterprise Change Management
• Enterprise Communication
• Enterprise Employee Engagement
• Enterprise Goal Alignment
• Enterprise Goals & Incentives
• Enterprise Leadership
• Enterprise Safety
• Enterprise Self-Organization
• Enterprise Senior Leadership
• Enterprise Sustainable Pace
• Enterprise Trust
• Safety Within the Organization

Practice Technique Criteria Example

Enterprise Decision Making


  • The highest executive in the department makes all the decisions, and it takes forever


  • High level strategic decisions at the portfolio and value stream level (i.e. product strategy, new market expansion) are centralized, given the inputs of those impacted by the results


  • With elements of budgeting and governance in place, strategic decisions are delegated to both business and IT leaders who have local context and an understanding of the portfolio or value stream strategy given input from stakeholders
  • Agile teams decide "how" the work will get done in terms of the execution process, and roles and responsibilities


  • The product owner, within the boundaries of strategy, governance, and budgeting, has the authority to decide "what" will be built to help meet strategic objectives


  • The team, including the product owner, given the enterprise mission, strategic objectives, and performance measures,  have the autonomy to make all decisions including the "what" and the "how"