Hi,

My name is Naama Gafni Lifshitz and i would like to invite you to join my session on scaling agile.

Starting my road in SAP as a Project Manager, I have been implementing Agile and Lean in SAP for over 5 years.

I was lucky to have evolved into the role of Implementation leader, trainer, coach and focal point for Scrum and Lean knowledge and processes.

I beleive in driving Lean & Agile excellence by fostering Lean Leadership, focus on Lean values, rather than on practices and ceremonies, and by that lead to a deeper Lean knowledge.

In my session, I would like to talk about Agile and Lean transformation phase, when you already have your people trained, teams running and organization evolving.
Everybody tells you not to change Scrum in the first 3 sprints, and only after then make modifications required for the team.
How do you know if these changes are done for the right reason?
What will keep your organization growing towards being agile rather than slip into comfort zones?

What are the aspects in the organization that need to be adjusted to support the evolving work processes?

And, why is it important to think about it in advance?

I would like to share with you the concepts we have used in SAP that might make you think how you could do things for your own organization by introducing coaching, mentoring and Lean principles.

For more information about Inside Track Israel 2013 click here

Hope to see you there,

Naama

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  1. Shaik A

    Hello Naama,

    My name is Shaik, I still consider myself a novice in SAP project management. I would like to hear and learn more about agile methodology in SAP projects, it is something that we have been thinking about. Any links for any reading material you may have from your experiences would be very helpful.

    Appreciate it!

    Shaik.

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