Make the Business Case for Big Room Planning: Overcome the Quantification Bias
Many IT and technology companies are scaling agility by introducing Big Room Planning (BRP), or PI Planning (if you’re a SAFe® shop), as a seminal event in their planning calendar. Those who have experienced a BRP know the return realized from greater collaboration, transparency, and alignment. They’ve seen it, and they’ve felt it.
It’s that last part that gets us in trouble. We expect others to make that leap of faith based on feelings. Really. Try having that discussion with your CFO. It’s not easy to overcome the quantification bias. If you’re hoping to bring together 150 people from across the globe, you need a solid business case. Sending your sponsors to observe a BRP can help greatly but what if you can’t get them to buy in. At this stage, many just give up.
Join Ken Clyne, on Friday, April 27, 10am PT / 1pm ET, as he discusses:
-The goals and key activities of Big Room Planning
-The hard costs of Big Room Planning
-The economic benefits of Big Room Planning
We have taken our years of experience leading some of the world’s most interesting companies through Big Room Planning and coupled that with our practice using cost of delay as a technique to help us make good economic decisions. We will show that it is possible to quantify the more tangible benefits of Big Room Planning. Our data is not scientific but, it is empirical, and the results are compelling.
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Location: Live Webinar - register at https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/6505/310287