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Agile Leadership Tip: Be Bold and Initiate Transformation

Definitions of an agile leader may vary due to qualification or exposure in the industry. Nonetheless, you are the one who fosters smart ways of thinking and execute transformational approaches to make a difference.

In this article at Business 2 Community, Anthony Mersino defines an agile leader as the hero who plays a significant role in transformation of the organization. By gaining clarity over the existing condition, you can execute promising steps towards achieving success.

Hold the Handrail

To execute agile transformation, understand your role, and diligently lead the way to bring significant changes. Here are four areas that need utmost attention and precision as you aim to execute transformational initiatives:

  • Form a high-performing team.
  • Outline the route to success.
  • Train the team to bring quality outcomes.
  • Execute an agile mindset in the organization.

To implement an agile transformation, also follow these vital practices:

Form a High Performing Team

The size of your team should not exceed more than five to seven members. Each team member must be efficient in delivering cross-functional work. Also, ensure that they are not overworked. Train them to become self-organized and are dedicated to providing quality results.

No Handoffs

Handoffs are difficult. So, you must know how to eliminate it. Unless you develop a cross-functional team, the elimination of handoffs is impossible. So, identify, wait, and remove handoffs before the situation becomes hopeless.

Remain Committed

Only reliable team members can produce quality outcomes, but not if involved in multiple tasks. To achieve end goals, the team members must focus on one task at a time. So, follow the team management practices and ensure everyone is giving their best to the task assigned.

Guard Your Team

Protect your team from unwanted distractions and produce agile champions by nurturing an agile mindset. It is your responsibility to protect the team from hierarchy obligations.

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