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Ericsson Agile Transformation

At the Agile2012 Conference in Dallas, Hendrik Esser of Ericsson & Andrea Tomasini of agile42 presented a real story about Agile Transformation at scale

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16 August 2012
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agile2012, large, scale, transition

At the Agile2012 Conference in Dallas, Hendrik Esser of Ericsson and Andrea Tomasini of agile42 yesterday presented “Down The Pub—How did that transition you were working on go?”

Slides

You can download the slides:

Ericsson Improvements

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Booklet

To learn more about this story, enjoy this PDF booklet called “Tales of Agile Change”:
Tales of Agile Change

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Discussion 5 Comments

Almost all slides are "empty" (only a frame). I am using FF and Chrome.

Hi Ralf, thanks for the heads up, we will check right away!

Hi Ralf, apparently Slideshare did not like some of the content. We now replaced it with direct PDF downloads...

Hi,

Thanks for the nice story. Did you know that Ericsson did a very successful Lean and Agile transformation in Finland already in 2009?

Well of course we know :-) but to be honest in 2009 was just starting and only in a location of the PDU. That effort was coordinated by us at a PDU level together with the other country involved.

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