Agile Evolution is a Business Agility Framework.
It focuses on learning, organisational development and helping organisations to develop faster. It concentrates on principles and values.
It is agnostic to agile practices, so it can be used in combination with one or more other frameworks.
While learning is part of other agile frameworks too, learning is not a “first class citizen” in the description. It looks like an afterthought. It is time to put actions to develop an agile mindset and culture in the center of the discourse.
Introducing Agile is not a normal change, it requires a substantial shift in habits, practices, cooperation, product development and ultimately culture.
This cannot be done in one single step. Normally, when one starts on this journey, only the first steps are visible, there is no complete plan or roadmap.
However, there are some experiences which can help to direct the efforts in the direction with a high probability of success:
Agile Transition is a massive change. It involves a change in structures, culture, roles. You will not like everything you encounter in this path. It needs therefore a strong leading coalition, lot of communication and some initial plan – while this plan will be modified when the experience of the first transition steps are considered.