Some advisors advocate a brute force shift to Agile, while others apply approaches designed for manufacturing. Our view accepts there are fundamental changes brought on by the flow of data and shared technologies across functions, and they’re grounded in process-thinking that overcomes silos.
While it’s not every day you get to transform, even incremental change should adhere to an expansive but pragmatic way of thinking. Technology, operations, and organizational structure need to be founded on the shared perspective we call the operating model. With a stable operating model, you’re on solid footing to adapt to perpetual change.