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Peter Drucker is attributed with saying “Culture eats Strategy for Breakfast”. Teams and organizations in the public sector are increasingly adopting Agile delivery methods, which can come with great cultural challenges. We often forget about the human aspect of transformation. Organizations need to understand that culture is just as important as process and strategy.

Public sector culture is very unique and can be challenging to understand. We have seen that Agile transformations can be supported by organizational culture but more often than not, the existing culture kills the transformation. In this workshop, we will explore this cultural shift and develop concrete strategies within the working groups. This talk is informed not just by theory, but by our Agile coaching work within a large government program with dozens of teams.

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