Resources for Agile Leaders

Great Big Agile: An OS for Agile Leaders

Who this book is for:

  • Organizations who want to be agile
  • Organizations who are agile
  • Consultants helping organizations be agile

What You’ll Learn

  • Model the behaviors of a high-performance agile organization
  • Benefit from lessons learned by other organizations that have succeeded with Big Agile
  • Assess your level of agility with the Agile Performance Holarchy
  • Apply the APH model to your business
  • Understand the APH performance circles, holons, objectives, and actions
  • Obtain certification for your company, organization, or agency

Agile Performance Holarchy®

Agile Performance Holarchy Illustration

The Agile Performance Holarchy® is a model for scaling, evaluating, and sustaining Great Agile. Learn more about the Agile Performance Holarchy.

  • Leading: Demonstrate and encourage agile values while empowering self-organization.
  • Crafting: Build great products while sustaining agility and integrity.
  • Teaming: Establish a behavioral architecture for healthy self-organizing teams.
  • Affirming: Support agile values, drive incremental improvements, and ensure high-quality products.
  • Envisioning: Build strong partnerships with customers, and sustain an agile vision for product and service delivery.
  • Providing: Provide an infrastructure for successful enterprise agility.

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