Perhaps your organization has tried to—with a big bang—reorganize, implement a new process model, and then work efficiently forever after. One or two years later, it's back to square one. Time for the next big bang.
Fortunately, there are other methods that make an impressive impact continuously. But they require patience, discipline and broad experience.
Monotasking training in Shenzhen, China. Simultaneous interpreter at the far left.
AGILE TRAINING: Although I have conducted hundreds of trainings and lectured at major conferences around the world, I don't have the silver bullet. My best advice is that effective training is tailored after challenge, experience, and culture in your organization. There are no shortcuts. I listen carefully to you and tailor the training.
AGILE COACHING: An external Agile coach contributes with broad experience from many organizations and industry sectors. Every organization is unique, and no method is suitable everywhere. Proficiency in rattling off Scrum and other Agile methods might be a good start. But it's far from enough. The coach must have a large repertoire of ways of working, pedagogy, and evolutionary change. Your organization needs help with your special challenges.
Half a million readers around the world have purchased copies of my books on Pomodoro and Monotasking. They are translated into many languages and can be found in any bookstore on the web.