PhD, CSP, SPC4, LSSBB, PMP
Gail is an executive level expert and thought leader driving the vision and tactical decisions for large-scale transformation programs, from the C-Level to the team level. Gail excels at leading complex, multidimensional transformations, managing client and vendor relationships. Additionally, Gail manages complex client challenges that require deep and specialized IT operational knowledge to achieve maximum impact for projects and transformation programs. Finally, Gail is responsible for creating knowledge collateral and IP to lead the practice.
Gail is an Expert Principal for the Boston Consulting Group, leading knowledge management and IP practices for their TA Agile@Scale organization.
Below are some of BCG's current publications on Agile:
Five Secrets to Scaling Up Agile
Helpful intro for executives to the critical factors in scaling.
What really matters in Software Developmentt
Oldie-but-goodie that captures many core agile principles in pre-agile language.
Agile development's biggest failure point – and how to fix it
Focused perspective on the pivotal role of the Product Owner.
The End of Two-Speed IT
Seminal thought-leadership that points out the increasingly obvious fact that everything in IT needs to be faster, not just the "digital stuff."
Six Simple Rules
By Yves Morieux and Peter Tollman
Essential toolkit for driving the context and behavior changes needed to make Agile stick and scale in large organizations