Chalfont have established Agile Clinics to enable participants to share and discuss the challenges that they are facing or share their successes with introducing cultural change to adopt agile methodologies within their organisations.
Chalfont recognise that the adoption of agile working practices is a transformational process and requires cultural change. It requires a mindset and behavior change amongst individuals, teams, managers and the overall organisation. It also involves a change in social behavior across the organisation and leaders bear the responsibility for helping the organisation realise this transformation.
Chalfont are aware that some of the questions that executives and managers often have are within the following topics:
The format of the coffee will adopt the following approach:
These clinics will be facilitated by an agile practitioner to help foster conversation and enable participants to present topics for discussion. The clinic will aim to provide answers on the challenges participants may be facing with the aim to offer opportunities to consider. They are also an opportunity for participants to share success stories to help others on their agile journey.
These clinics will be kept to a small group between 6-8 participants. This helps ensure that conversation flows and enables participants to feel they were able to contribute. The format of these clinics will adopt the Lean Coffee approach (as presented below).