The Lean Agile Intelligence Outcome-Driven Improvement Model provides enterprises an outcome-driven structured and focused approach to assess, improve, and measure their transformation efforts.
Lean Agile Intelligence enables multiple enterprise levels (Individual, Team, Organization, etc.) to assess and improve in key techniques within a practice that impact the business outcomes they want to optimize!
|Enterprise Level||Practice||Practice Dimension||Impacted Business Outcomes|
|Organization||Multi-Team DevOps||Quality||Time to Market Employee Satisfaction Reliability Responsiveness Predictability|
|Team||Team Focus on Value||Value Driven||Time to Market Customer Satisfaction Responsiveness|
|Individual||Engagement||Leadership||Employee Satisfaction Innovation|
The Lean Agile Intelligence Practice Technique Criteria inherently drives a culture of knowledge sharing, learning, and leadership enablement with each practice containing key technique criteria in five Agility Stages that follow a common pattern.
The organization, team, or individual is "starting" to explore the practice and transition from traditional ways of working.
The organization, team, or individual is "developing" an understanding of the value of the practice and adopting the foundational techniques needed to be successful.
The organization, team, or individual is "emerging" beyond the foundational techniques of the practice and is embracing it as they become more proficient.
The organization, team, or individual is "adapting" the practice to extract the full benefit, leveraging advanced techniques, and coaching others on the value it brings.
The organization, team, or individual is "optimizing" the knowledge sharing of their practice learnings across the enterprise, accelerating adoption and agility.