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Many approaches to scaling Agile focus primarily on the adoption of common Agile practices at the team level. While this important, it's important to remember that Agile is a set of values and principles (defined in the Agile Manifesto). Effectively scaling Agile in organizations means that Agile principles and values need to be adopted throughout the organization and this often means that a cultural transformation needs to take place. To faciliate culture change, we must understand culture, its levels and how it can be influenced and changed. Agile transformations often stall because those leading the transformation fail to view it through the lens of culture. This session provides Agile change management techniques for Agile change leaders, change agents and anyone interested in leading or participating in Agile adoption in an organization.

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