Agile made meaningful
A successful transformation is about more than the adoption of a framework, or the scaling of an existing approach. It requires the careful coordination of multiple components that, together, drive a different set of behaviors across the organization. Many businesses struggle to nurture their culture, secure leadership alignment, and adopt a continuous improvement mindset that drives value across their organization end-to-end.
How We Can Help
Leading the PMO Into an Agile World
Scaling Agile by Creating a Learning Organization
Expanding Agile to the Enterprise (Part One)
Expanding Agile to the Enterprise (Part Two)
Expanding Agile to the Enterprise (Part Three)
Amplifying the Value of a Product Focus
From Project to Product: A Practical Guide (Part One)
From Project to Product: A Practical Guide (Part Two)
Deployment at the Speed of Business
Measuring Success in an Agile Environment
Scott RaineyVice President, Process and Business Analysis Practice
Scott has 21 years of consulting experience in the public sector with an emphasis in assisting organizations through complex projects covering the lifecycle spectrum from idea to reality to achieve the highest degree of service. Scott works directly with executives in the state and local government.
Joshua KingMaster Practitioner
Joshua leads North Highland’s agile practice in the US with experience transforming organizations across many industries. He helps teams and organizations refocus around how they create and realize value, regardless of the role or function in the organization. His depth of experience in organizational transformation across functions helps to create a broader perspective that can drive agility.
Alison WhitehouseMaster Practitioner
Alison leads North Highland’s agile practice in the U.K., with extensive experience across many global transformations. Alison has a passion for helping organizations develop a “service” mindset, helping clients deliver value to their customers at a sustainable pace for the organization.