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Case study

Data-Driven Change Management: Measuring Agile Transformation Using Passive Data

Today, companies have to navigate challenges of uncertainty, instability in global markets, digitalization, and constant technological advancement. To ride the tides of these changes, companies have to adapt faster than ever before. That is exactly why they are switching to agile organizational structures. In order to thrive, companies need to design corporate cultures that are founded on iterative development, foster cross-functional collaboration and rather focused on the outcome and their customers.

The question then becomes if I do want to implement an agile environment, how do I effectively measure and deploy this digital transformation at scale ? At Time is Ltd., we have built proprietary technology - People Analytics - to help organizations answer that very question.

Before Time is Ltd., companies would measure agile transformation through 360 questionnaires. Unfortunately, this takes immense resources, is infrequent, and the feedback is tainted with bias.

With Time is Ltd., our platform aggregates passive anonymized data in near real-time. When it comes to measuring an ongoing organizational shift to digital transformation, one that is complex and at large scale, it is imperative to continuously monitor whether the newly implemented structures are reflected in employees’ day-to-day collaboration behavior.
That is where our Organizational Network Analysis (ONA) comes in.

Collaboration Patterns Amongst Agile vs. Non-Agile Employees Over Time

The two ONA visualizations in the chart above capture the change in patterns of collaboration between Agile (red) and Non-Agile (blue) employees in the first four months of the transformation illustrate this problem.

Today, People Analytics provides companies with very useful insights to effectively manage change within their organizations. Time is Ltd. no longer just a mechanism to assist the HR function, but rather a vital tool to monitor and effectively steer organizational change.

In this whitepaper, we present a case study of one of our enterprise clients and describe an example of how People Analytics can be used to better inform the management of agile transformation. You will see valuable data around their first few months of transformation, how it was deployed, best practices, and concrete business outcomes.

Data can be invaluable if leveraged correctly. We want to ensure that our tool empowers our clients to make informed decisions throughout their agile transformation journey.

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