We aligned the team on the “problem that Agile solves” for SFP
We helped Philip Morris International align senior leadership on what a meaningful Agile Transformation Strategy could mean for their Smoke Free Products division.
As a new CEO took over in 2021, Philip Morris International doubled-down on its ambition of creating a “smoke-free future” through the creation of the Smoke-Free Products division (SFP).
In this context, a new, more agile way of working was seen as a crucial enabler to innovating and achieving this vision.
SFP’s Agile Transformation team asked us to help them define what Agile means for them, align key stakeholders on the roadmap for instilling Agile in their operating model, and create an engine to use Agile for more productive innovation.
We engaged with key internal stakeholders to get a better understanding of the current ways of working, frictions and opportunities.
Co-Designing an Agile Change Journey
We defined a gradual and comprehensive approach to help PMI embrace an Agile way of working, and enable internal leaders to deliver the ambitious business transformation programme. This included a series of interviews, surveys and workshops:
Our partnership is ongoing.