AQUA – agile quick assessment

Welcome to the Pre-Release of kyona LEAN AQUA Assessment!

Agility means adaptability of an organisation. As our work environment becomes more complex, it becomes more difficult to change to demands. Agile allows you to work and quickly respond to any new demands and even drive the change you want to see!

To understand what your Agile Journey might entail, it’s best to understand where you are starting.

kyona is trialling a LEAN AQUA Assessment which will only take a few minutes.  The result will help you understand How Agile you are!

Please review the questions and place your answer in the last column. Once you are completed, you will be given a Capability Set Score (CS Score). The Capability Set Explanations will be located below your score.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please contact us at: team@kyonagroup.com

No. MOPTI criteria Agile Quick Assessment 42 Questionaire kyona Enterprise Configuration Set (CS1 to CS5) Entry field
CS1 CS2 CS3 CS4 CS5
1 Strategic planning What is the approximate strategic planning horizon? Rather reactive in detail, but with longer-term vision mostly 3 to 5 years short (annual), medium-term (3-5 years) to long-term (5-10 years) Agile strategic planning on a quarterly or half-yearly basis Highly dynamic rolling strategic planning
2 Vision / mission / strategy / objectives How do the vision and strategy of the organisation materialise? Vision Strategic goals Key performance indicator system (e.g. Balanced Scorecard) OKR - Objectives & Key Results Greater focus on future-oriented meta-goals, such as resilience, sustainability
3 Authority With whom do most of the decision-making powers reside? only with the professional expert ultimately with the line manager if not regulation, then rather with the process or project manager always with the corresponding team as a whole as far as this is provided for by the methods Individual consultative decision or committees on a case-by-case basis
4 Roles How would the term "role" best be described in your organization? Topic expert Manager, clerk, specialist, expert Sum of responsibilities in defined processes and services Additional agile "meta" roles such as owner, broker and creator Membership in committees according to subject matter topics
5
Processes What is the best term to describe most of the processes in the organization? Flexible operations Procedural instructions and checklists Sequential process flows and quality gates Time boxing and simple workflows Dynamic-adaptive case management (case library)
6 Synchronisation How and via what are activities synchronized? Time coordination of activities runs via the specialist Coordination of supplier relationships almost exclusively at management level Service relationships mainly predefined by a process model Regular coordination team meetings for synchronization impulses Strongly demand-driven ad hoc synchronization
7 Data storage How is data managed or processed? Data is in barely structured documents and predominantly on paper Data are in structured documents Centralized data storage with decentralized data processing in client-server architectures Data storage in Could or other browser-based platforms Decentralized data e.g. in the blockchain
8 Knowledge management How is knowledge most likely to be built? Knowledge is primarily located in the heads of individuals Non-standardized knowledge handed down in specialized domains Knowledge management predominantly in process or competence centres Integrated Know-How Standards Development and Adaptive Case Libraries Design in open knowledge graphs
9 Tools for tasks What tools are predominantly used to manage work in the organization? Notes E-Mail Planning tools (MSProject, Primavera, APS, APO) Collaboration solution integrated into one platform Dynamic supply chain
10 Tool chain What makes up the vast majority of IT solutions in the enterprise? Individual solutions Single & functional area solutions Mainly organization-wide system solutions (ERP, CRM, PLM, ...) for routine processes Organization-wide solutions for knowledge-based work, shared services, hybrid project management demand-oriented use of cloud-based micro services
11 Respect How is respect most likely to be expressed in your organization's work environment? Respect for professional performance Respect for career and pragmatism (doers) Respect for comprehensive understanding of contexts Respect for personal development in the organisation Respect for achieved independence, value loyalty and resilience
12 Motivation What is most likely motivating? personal success Career & bonus Corporate identity and extrinsic motivation Intrinsic motivation (personal development) Values-based self-realisation
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