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“Monolithic utilities” need to deliver change to avoid being “eaten up by start-ups” – That’s the message from experts within the sector who are seeking to adopt a culture of agile working.

Inspired by software development innovators, agile methodology moves away from the traditional waterfall approach of “plan, design, build, test, deliver” to a working model relying on trusting employees and teams to work directly with customers to understand the goals and provide solutions.

Sector leaders have spoken about the need to embrace these new ways of working but how much of this is being put into action?

This report, in association with Amazon Web Services (AWS), explores how utilities can learn from disruptors and other industries about stepping out of their comfort zone and adopting a DevOps culture.

Featuring contributions from Shell Energy Retail, Octopus Energy, Everflow and UK Power Networks among others, this report delves into how agile is being adopted by utilities and the pain-points of doing so.

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