Definitely, Maybe Agile

Ep. 48: Business agility fails without feedback loops

January 25, 2022 Peter Maddison and Dave Sharrock
Definitely, Maybe Agile
Ep. 48: Business agility fails without feedback loops
Show Notes

 In the last 5 episodes of the Definitely, Maybe Agile podcast, we presented 5 ways Business Agility can impact your bottom line. In today's episode, we start our 5-episode series of exploring antipatterns that prevent us from achieving these benefits.

The first antipattern we're going to explore is one from our discussion in episode 44 on How business agility increases revenue. While business agility can reduce the cost of delivery, you may not realize those benefits if you forget to look at the entire system and begin to build feedback loops that allow you to learn as you progress.´

This week takeaways: 

  • Watch for the signal-to-noise ratio
  • Consider the influence of how long your feedback loops are on the system
  • Make your system visible and understand how you'll measure (or something like that)

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