Imagine how quickly you can go from 1 project to 100, or 1000
This means taking information you have now stored in disparate, disconnected systems, and rapidly connecting-up the various elements.
The more information collated and connected, the better informed management, and staff, will be.
It's easier to understand how the business is currently functioning, how people (teams, groups, individuals) fit into the business. The more you have to work with the better the overall context.
Planning into the future, and then scaling-up for delivery and growth becomes visible and completely logical.
The ability to scale also helps you cope with the growth in complexity and demand that happens when moving from planning (thought) to delivery (action).
It also means you're not trying to artificially simplify inherent complexity, but rather you're acknowledging it in a very logical context.
Your people truly are your greatest asset so take every opportunity to connect with them.
As a social business, it's easier to change behaviours, and mix and match agile with the tried-and-true.
Blending stability and agility at all levels of the business will position you for a 3-fold increase in performance.
Just-starting and then scaling-up in a systematic way provides you with a working environment that makes sense.
Systems that accommodate the needs of all your people will free up time and space to think about work and where it supports the business, and why you are valued for your contribution. This is part of a culture founded on trust.
The management intersect recognises the importance of balance, and the necessary tension, between different types of work and perspectives.