3 domande da porre sullo sviluppo di software agile nel settore automobilistico

La trasformazione digitale dell’industria automobilistica è stata incredibilmente radicale, sia sulla strada, con nuove auto piene di gadget tecnologici, sia in fabbrica, dove l’Internet of Things, la robotica e l’intelligenza artificiale hanno reso più efficiente il modo in cui vengono prodotte le automobili. Ma ancora più importante di questi cambi ovvi, è il fatto che […]

Automobile : 3 questions qu’il faut se poser sur le développement de logiciels agiles

La transformation digitale du secteur automobile est spectaculaire, dans ses deux facettes. Sur la route, d’une part, avec de nouveaux modèles équipés d’accessoires technologiques. Dans les usines, d’autre part, où l’Internet des objets, la robotique et l’intelligence artificielle ne cessent d’améliorer la production des véhicules. Les tendances de consommation évoluent également : les conducteurs sont à la […]

3 questions to ask about agile software development in the automotive industry

The automotive industry’s digital transformation has been incredibly dramatic, both on the road, with new cars packed with tech goodies, and on the factory floor, where the Internet of Things, robotics and artificial intelligence have been adding marked efficiencies to the way cars are produced. On top of these more obvious developments, consumer trends have […]

5 principles for riding the digital disruption wave

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Disruptive digital technologies like robotic process automation and artificial intelligence are rapidly growing in maturity. So the pace of digitisation is set to continue accelerating in almost every sector. According to market intelligence provider IDC, 50% of global GDP will be digitised as early as 2021. To thrive in these market conditions, businesses need to […]

Get Agile for adaptive execution

Adaptive execution is a vital discipline for thriving in this age of digital transformation. And becoming Agile can help your organization do it. Adaptive execution — as defined by the Leading Edge Forum (LEF), the commercial think tank of DXC Technology — means being able to respond quickly to threats and exploit new opportunities. It’s […]

Becoming an Agile organization

Agile, a concept borrowed from software development, is now helping organizations in nearly every industry become innovative in their digital transformation. Agile approaches can transform processes, management approaches and even how people do their work. Looking to make your organization Agile? Here are several ways to get started: Change culture: Agile organizations use collaborative teams […]

Leadership through humility

In the book, “Humility is the New Smart,” authors Edward Hess and Katherine Ludwig examine how technology can effectively replace what was once the monopoly of the human race with robots, machine learning, artificial intelligence, neural networks (and the list goes on). Our authors suggest technology will replace 47 percent of American jobs (there is […]

Are you an Agile Servant Leader?

Building an Agile culture is more important than managing individual Agile projects because it sets the stage for the entire organization to be Agile. Scrum Masters, who lead Agile projects, are responsible for inculcating the right culture and mindset in the organization. But this can be difficult if the Scrum Master is set in old […]

Are you really Agile?

“Agile” is most definitely one of those words that is used liberally in sales brochures, delivery reports and, in fact, any form of communication that is attempting to show the reader that the team at hand is working “differently.” Under the banner of Agile are a number of “processes” — although we have to be […]

Developing Agile government

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When I read my colleague Paul Jenkinson’s recent blog post, Mindset, meditation and mettle: nurturing Agile teams, I immediately recognized its value and at the same time wanted to better align it with my own target audience of US Public Sector executives.  This was not a new sensation. I frequently receive communications that were written […]