ANZ now looks at cloud computing through the prism of “an industrialised factory” rather than “tactical projects,” the bank’s tech chief said today.
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The 600 employees in ANZ’s Talent & Culture division are moving to adopt agile ways of organising themselves as part of the bank’s ‘New Ways of Working’ (NWOW) transformation program.
ANZ is beginning to employ a management framework developed by Andrew Groves at Intel and famously employed at Google, as well as at other tech heavyweights including LinkedIn and Twitter, to help promote alignment across its business as it continues its move towards an agile operating model based on semi-autonomous teams.
ANZ group CEO Shayne Elliott says the bank has so far shifted more than 3000 employees in its Australian and technology divisions into teams that use Agile methodologies and aims to boost that figure to 13,000 by the end of the year.