Agile + DevOps West 2020 Concurrent Session : The Lean Agile Diet: A Healthy Way to Transform Your Enterprise

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Thursday, June 11, 2020 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm

The Lean Agile Diet: A Healthy Way to Transform Your Enterprise

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Enterprise transformations are daunting—they require changing the operating model of an organization through people, process, technology, and culture. This necessitates having teams drive to identified business outcomes, learning new ways of working along with new technology stacks. While there is no formula for success, there are several successful patterns that Gautham Pallapa has observed in his interactions with organizations in different domains and levels of maturity on the lean and agile spectrum. Gautham will share his strategic framework to follow that he has successfully used at several organizations. He draws parallels to demonstrate how embarking on a transformation journey is like dieting (more agility, waste reduction, etc.). Gautham also provides techniques to make these changes persist in the organization. You'll be able to understand the complexities of an enterprise transformation and why strategic disruption with purpose is imperative for success; see a strategic framework that demonstrates cascading connectivity, from corporate strategy all the way down to team activities; quickly assess legitimate work and prioritize high-impact activities; and learn techniques to accelerate and sustain transformation within your organization.

Gautham Pallapa
Pivotal

Dr. Gautham Pallapa is a Field CTO for Pivotal, where he works with enterprise customers to transform their people, processes, technologies, and culture. He has led several engineering and product teams through IT transformations and has worked with business leaders in various domains on their digital journeys. He is a Safe Agilist, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, and an Agile Coach, and promotes lean experimentation, agility, and value streams. Dr. Pallapa has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Arlington, where he focused on smart technologies for assisted healthcare and has won several awards, including the 2018 Tech Leader of the Year award from AIM Institute.