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“The Scrum@Scale Agile Transformation
has helped the product team push through a very challenging customer project, helping us to plan, prioritize and deliver more efficiently than before.” – Head of Product Management"


Our client is a rapidly growing and innovative technology company that specializes in providing advanced software solutions for the automotive and equipment industries. With a global presence and a team of over 500 employees, the organization has established itself as a leading provider of enterprise software in the automotive and equipment sectors.

As the demand for its innovative products surged, so did the need for streamlining its product development processes. However, with the increasing client portfolio and aggressive commitments to fulfill, our client found itself facing the challenge of maintaining its high standards of productivity and delivery efficiency. The company realized that traditional development approaches were no longer sufficient to keep pace with the evolving market demands and customer expectations.


With the rapid growth came a series of challenges that posed significant obstacles to the company's ability to sustain its trajectory of excellence and meet the ever-evolving needs of its diverse and discerning customers.

Challenge 1: Lack of Predictability and Planning Challenges

Our client's product development department faced issues concerning predictability and planning, resulting in delayed product releases. Without a clear and effective development planning process, the company struggled to meet the commitments made to its customers.

Challenge 2: Inefficient Productivity and Resource Allocation

As projects grew in complexity and scale, the company encountered challenges related to inefficient productivity and resource allocation. With expanding teams spread across different geographical locations, coordination and collaboration became difficult.

Challenge 3: Ambiguity in Roles and Responsibilities

Within the company's product development teams, there was a lack of clarity regarding roles and responsibilities, leading to confusion and role overlapping. Although the company had extremely talented developers, the absence of well-defined roles and accountability structures resulted in decision-making bottlenecks and reduced autonomy for team members.

Challenge 4: Inadequate Stakeholder Engagement and Communication

The company faced challenges in maintaining a consistent level of stakeholder involvement and transparent communication throughout the product development lifecycle. This disconnect led to misaligned expectations, unclear requirements, and slow product outcomes.

Challenge 5: Limited Cross-Team Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

As our client's product development teams expanded and became geographically distributed, fostering seamless cross-team collaboration became increasingly challenging.

Challenge 6: Ineffective Adoption of Agile Practices

The organization faced difficulties in adopting Agile practices effectively at scale, highlighting a need for a deep-seated Agile transformation.


The goal was to transform the organization into one capable of navigating the dynamic automotive technology landscape, delivering exceptional value to customers, and positioning the company for sustained growth and success.


The company embarked on an Agile transformation journey by partnering with Agile Genesis, a leader in Agile transformation, to foster a culture of innovation, collaboration, and customer-centricity, while optimizing product development processes.


Agile Genesis began the transformation by initiating a 5-phase approach, tailored to suit our client's unique needs and objectives:


Phase 1: Assess & Plan

A comprehensive assessment was conducted to understand the company's strengths, pain points, and opportunities for growth, which informed a customized Agile transformation roadmap incorporating Scrum@Scale.

“Through in-depth interviews, workshops, and analysis.

“We gained a deep understanding of our client's strengths, pain points, and growth opportunities. Collaborating closely with the company’s leadership and stakeholders, we defined a clear vision, strategy, execution plan, and metrics to guide the Agile transformation.” - Ernesto Custodio, CEO and Lead Enterprise Coach at Agile Genesis.


The assessment phase encompassed a detailed review of our client's development methodologies, project management practices, and overall organizational culture. It included potential bottlenecks and areas for improvement, laying the foundation for a customized Agile transformation roadmap and playbook.


Phase 2: Train & Activate trough Agile principles. 

Equipped with valuable insights from the assessment phase, Agile Genesis embarked on a series of comprehensive training sessions to educate our client's teams on Agile principles, methodologies, and practices. These interactive sessions went beyond theoretical knowledge, incorporating real-life scenarios that showed how to implement the new Agile playbook to address key objectives.

To empower teams to embrace Agile practices, Agile Genesis also facilitated team activation workshops. These sessions enabled teams to create the artifacts necessary to succeed in their Agile implementation. These collaborative sessions brought cross-functional teams together to create essential Agile artifacts.


Phase 3: Coach & Track

Recognizing that an Agile transformation demands continuous guidance and support, Agile Genesis provided interim Scrum Masters and Agile coaches to collaborate with our client's teams during the initial implementation phase. These experienced individuals assumed the roles of mentors and facilitators, guiding teams through the adoption of Agile practices and helping them navigate the complexities of the transformation.

The Agile coaches conducted on-the-job events and activities to ensure consistent Agile practices were followed. They also observed team dynamics to identify areas for improvement. The coaches also guided team members and the leadership through retrospectives and feedback loops to assess progress, gather insights, and make informed decisions to optimize the Agile transformation.


Phase 4: Measure & Optimize

To gauge the success of the Agile transformation, we established Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) that aligned with the organization’s business goals. Measured KPIs included monitoring productivity, predictability, quality, and value delivery. Dashboards were also standardized and used to monitor the progress of the Agile Transformation. The findings helped to make data-driven decisions, enabling continuous improvements, and fine-tuning of Agile practices.

In addition to quantitative metrics, the organization collected qualitative feedback from team members, stakeholders, and customers. This comprehensive approach allowed the organization to evaluate the Agile transformation's impact on team dynamics, collaboration, and customer satisfaction.



The Agile transformation initiative brought about a profound impact on our client's product development department, revolutionizing the way the organization approached projects and interacted with stakeholders. The results of the initiative showcased a remarkable improvement in various aspects of our client's operations, positioning the company for sustained growth and success in the competitive technology landscape.

 “We have seen the clarity and reliability of the release plans improve significantly over recent months which gives us confidence to move ahead as planned.” – Enterprise Customer



Key results

1-Improved Predictability and Planning

One of the most significant outcomes of the Agile transformation was the substantial improvement in predictability and planning within the organization’s product development teams. The adoption of Agile methodologies, such as Scrum and Scrum@Scale, enabled teams to implement effective planning practices, including Sprint Planning and Backlog Refinement. As a result, the teams were able to set realistic and achievable goals for each iteration, providing a clear roadmap for product development.


2-Enhanced Productivity and Resource Optimization

The Agile transformation promoted a culture of collaboration, transparency, and continuous improvement within our client's product development teams. Agile events, such as the Scaled Daily Scrums and Scaled Sprint Reviews, facilitated real-time communication and allowed teams to identify and address impediments swiftly.


3-Clear Roles and Responsibilities

The Agile transformation also addressed long-standing challenges related to role ambiguity and accountability within our client's product development teams. Agile Genesis facilitated workshops and coaching sessions that defined clear roles for Scrum Masters, Product Owners, Developers, and other team members. This clarity empowered team members with specific responsibilities and decision-making authority, promoting ownership and empowerment.


4-Strengthened Stakeholder Engagement and Communication

The Agile transformation placed a strong emphasis on fostering effective stakeholder engagement and transparent communication. Regular Sprint reviews and demos allowed stakeholders to actively participate in the development process, providing timely feedback and validation. Agile events facilitated collaborative discussions between stakeholders and development teams, aligning product goals with business objectives.


5-Heightened Cross-Team Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing

The Agile transformation fostered a culture of collaboration and knowledge sharing across the organization’s product development teams. Agile events facilitated seamless communication and alignment among different teams, promoting collective problem-solving and knowledge exchange.


6-Effective Adoption of Agile Methodologies

One of the most significant accomplishments of the Agile transformation initiative was the successful adoption of Agile methodologies across the company’s product development teams. As we guided teams through the process of embracing Agile principles and practices, the organization witnessed a fundamental shift in mindset, with team members embracing the Agile values of collaboration, transparency, and customer-centricity.


7-Emphasis on Continuous Improvement

A central tenet of Agile is continuous improvement, and the Agile transformation initiative instilled a culture of learning, reflection, and iterative improvement within the company’s product development teams. Regular Sprint Retrospectives enabled teams to identify areas for optimization and take proactive steps to enhance their development practices continuously.


The Agile transformation initiative has been a resounding success for our client. The results are evident in the improved predictability, productivity, stakeholder engagement, and organizational agility. The company’s journey toward becoming an Agile organization has been transformative, leading to enhanced customer satisfaction, strengthened client relationships, and sustained growth. The Agile transformation has cemented our client as a leading player in the technology landscape, ready to navigate future challenges and capitalize on emerging opportunities. The commitment to continuous improvement and a culture of innovation ensures that our client is well-prepared to remain at the forefront of the technology industry, delivering value and innovation to its customers for years to come.

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